“The president has made clear the challenges facing young men and boys of color are of great importance to him,” White House senior advisor Valerie Jarrett said. African-American and Latino boys face disparities in our schools, our communities, our criminal justice system and our families. According to a White House blog, Obama is committed to helping to break down barriers.
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