Obama Legacy: My Brother’s Keeper

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President Barack Obama, right, alongside Scott Davis, participates in a roundtable discussion with young people before delivering remarks at the launch of My Brother's Keeper Alliance held at Lehman College in the Bronx borough of New York, Monday, May 4, 2015. My Brother's Keeper Alliance is an outgrowth of Obama's year-old My Brother's Keeper initiative, which has focused on federal government policies and grants designed to increase access to education and jobs. (Susan Watts/The Daily News via AP, Pool)
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President Barack Obama, right, alongside Scott Davis, participates in a roundtable discussion with young people before delivering remarks at the launch of My Brother's Keeper Alliance held at Lehman College in the Bronx borough of New York, Monday, May 4, 2015. My Brother's Keeper Alliance is an outgrowth of Obama's year-old My Brother's Keeper initiative, which has focused on federal government policies and grants designed to increase access to education and jobs. (Susan Watts/The Daily News via AP, Pool)
President Barack Obama, right, alongside Scott Davis, participates in a roundtable discussion with young people before delivering remarks at the launch of My Brother’s Keeper Alliance held at Lehman College in the Bronx borough of New York, Monday, May 4, 2015. My Brother’s Keeper Alliance is an outgrowth of Obama’s year-old My Brother’s Keeper initiative, which has focused on federal government policies and grants designed to increase access to education and jobs. (Susan Watts/The Daily News via AP, Pool)

My Brothers Keeper is a legacy piece for President Barack Obama. That effort was an outgrowth from the death of Trayvon Martin.

Now the White House is looking back and working to expand it so it will remain for years to come.

White House Correspondent April Ryan has more.

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