Black Men Create A Safe Space Through Mentorship
Posted By: Elynor Moss on November 14, 2019 |
Vincent Garrett and Kevin Gold, both teachers at the Grover Cleveland campus of Mastery Charter, decided to answer the call for leaders in the community by starting an after-school mentorship program that provides a safe space for young Black boys to bond over education and brotherhood.
Garrett and Gold are in the process of expanding the after school program into an 8-week mentorship program that will be hosted by Arcadia University with the intent of developing 35-40 young boys into young men.
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