Indy city leaders launch My Brother’s Keeper program


INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – A national program that focuses on kids who are at risk is coming to Indianapolis.

City leaders officially launched the program Monday.

The program was developed under President Obama and continues to run nationwide.

A news conference was held Monday at the Indiana Black Expo Office.

City leaders say their goal is their goal is to implements local programming that will help to transform the lives of young people between the ages of 16 and 24 in Indianapolis.

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