La George Floyd Memorial Foundation e un'università del Texas hanno lanciato un programma di stage per uomini di colore

La George Floyd Memorial Foundation ha collaborato con Texas A&M University-Commerce per lanciare un programma di stage per studenti maschi neri, la scuola ha annunciato questa settimana.

The Be His Legacy Internship Program will begin in January and is available to student members of the African American Male Mentorship Program at A&M-Commerce. According to a release from the school the school, AAMMPencourages Black male students to actively engage in the university experience, develop leadership skills, and successfully graduate and become future industry leaders.
The new program gives members additional opportunities for career and personal development, the school says.
Interns will work on cutting-edge projects with real-world relevance while receiving mentorship from some of the brightest minds in the fields of education, governo, law and the non-profit sector,” Bridgett Floyd, George Floyd’s sister and president of his memorial foundation, ha detto nel comunicato.
    Be His Legacy is a two-semester program. Members will be involved in hands-on experiences including community outreach, educational programs and reform initiatives, according to the school.
      La morte di George Floyd, along with Breonna Taylor’s and Ahmaud Arbery’s, launched a wave of protests this year over systemic racism and police brutality.
      Floyd, 46, grew up in Houston. È stato killed in May when a member of the Minneapolis Police Department knelt on his neck during an arrest for allegedly using a counterfeit bill at a convenience store.

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