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The White Plains My Brother’s Keeper was established in White Plains by Mayor Roach & Supt of School Dr. Joseph Ricca to address the opportunity gap for boys and young men of color. The program serves over 400 boys and young men of color in a variety of programs in White Plains.
The theme of the Anniversary is “Youth Voice.” Several young men will speak about their life and the importance of the My Brother’s Keeper program. The speaker for the event will be Curtis McAllister, a junior at White Plains Berkeley College.
The program will also honor community leaders for their service and impact on White Plains youth. The honorees are: Sergeant Lavalle Larrier, White Plains Educator and Basketball Coach Spencer Mayfield, Business leader Wiley Harrison and Social Worker Larry Armstrong.
For more information, contact Laura Montoya, (914) 422-1378.