On Dec. 14, Compton MBK leaders are were guests at the White House for the final My Brother’s Keeper National Summit to celebrate the progress, impact and future of the My Brother’s Keeper initiative as well as the many local and national efforts to address persistent opportunity gaps facing boys and young men of color to ensure all youth can reach their full potential.

“Compton was chosen out of 250 cities for our work over the past two years and we are honored to be invited for this last convening, but it’s not the end of the Compton MBK program,” said Mayor Aja Brown.  “We will be continuing the legacy of MBK with new and exciting programs and activities in 2017!”

For more information on the My Brother’s Keeper initiative visit https://www.whitehouse.gov/my-brothers-keeper