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MBK MSK Month in Review

Welcome to the February Month in Review Video for the My Brother's Keeper (MBK) and My Sister's Keeper (MSK) programs. This month, we celebrated Black History Month with a special performance at O.D. Wyatt High School.

The performance was a beautiful celebration of black culture and history, featuring music, dance, and spoken word performances from talented students across the district. It was an inspiring reminder of the incredible contributions that black people have made to our society and the ongoing need to recognize and honor those contributions.

In other exciting news, the Southwest program had their first visit to American Airlines, which was sponsored by the Black Professional Network. This visit provided students with a unique opportunity to learn about the aviation industry and explore potential career paths. It's incredible to see our students being exposed to new experiences and opportunities that can shape their futures.

Finally, this month we had some deep and meaningful conversations about the impact of black people in our sessions. We explored the ways in which black culture has influenced and shaped our society and discussed the ongoing challenges and opportunities facing young people of color today. These conversations are an important part of our work in MBK and MSK, and we're proud to create safe and supportive spaces for young people to explore and discuss these important issues.

Thank you for tuning into this month's video blog post. We look forward to sharing more exciting updates and experiences from MBK and MSK in the months to come.

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