Ending Generational Poverty Through Mentoring(5:03)
with Nicole McKinney of Friends of the Children - Detroit
May 05, 2021
About 78% of Detroit youth live in high-poverty neighborhoods. Friends of the Children - Detroit is working to end generational poverty through their mentoring program. Their model is evidence-informed and research-based, proven long-term outcomes to show it works.
Nicole McKinney, Executive Director of Friends of The Children - Detroit, discusses the importance of mentoring the most vulnerable and their effective model.
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