My Brother's Keeper

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Format: 2021-09-26
Format: 2021-09-26
An Interview with Luis Calderin - 05/26/2021
My Brother's Keeper student interns Olivier, Jeremia and Boniface interview Luis Calderin, founder and Chief Creative Strategist of OKAY!!OKAY!! Marketing and Creative. Luis talks about growing up in Burlington as a person of color, and his...
An Interview with Jim Condos - Vermont Secretary of State - 02/25/2021
My Brother's Keeper student interns Olivier and Jeremia interview Vermont Secretary of State, Jim Condos, about his role and how it's changed during Covid-19.
MBK Students Interview Patrick Brown from the Burlington Multicultural Resource Center - 01/12/2021
Students from the My Brother's Keeper program interview Patrick Brown from the Burlington Multicultural Resource Center.
An Interview with Tyeastia Green - Director of Racial Equity, Inclusion & Belonging in Burlington - 12/15/2020
My Brother's Keeper student interns Jeremia, Olivier, and Boniface interview the new Director of Racial Equity, Inclusion & Belonging for the City of Burlington, Tyeastia Green, about the work she is undertaking to make the city a place...
An Interview with Kyle Dodson on Community and Police Relationship in Burlington - 10/14/2020
My Brother's Keeper student interns Jeremia, Olivier, and Bonaface interview the new Director of Police Transformation, Kyle Dodson, about the relationship between the community and police and his newly appointed role to oversee change in the...
My Brother's Keeper - Gathering Thoughts on Police in Schools - 08/24/2020
My Brother's Keeper student intern Bonaface interviews a variety of youth and one student advisor on the role of police in schools and the group's personal reflections and experiences.
Civic Engagement and The Burlington Police Commission - 06/24/2020
My Brother's Keeper student interns, Jeremia, Olivier, and Bonaface interview the chair of the Burlington Police commission, Jabulani Gamache about the work of the police cmsn, the role of oversight and how change happens in the community.
On the Street in Burlington with BHS Students - 11/27/2019
Burlington's CEDO (Community Economic Development Office) administers the Obama-era program My Brother's Keeper to expand the engagement of youth of color in civic and community life. This group of Burlington High School students takes to the...

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