As shameless self-promoters, celebrities hate to share the limelight. Before posing for photos, stars tend to clear the space around them, ensuring they have the frame to themselves. There are, it seems, two exceptions to this rule: children in orphenages and Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
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Rep. Charlie Rangel hopes President Obama takes a lesson from Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who announced a major $130 million initiative to help black and Latino men.
“I think what the mayor has done is what the nation is going to have to do,” Rangel said in an interview this morning. “This has to be a national policy.”
Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s new Young Men’s Initiative — which seeks to improve the job and health opportunities for young black and Latino men in New York City – is being called the corner stone of his third term, and something he hopes is replicated across the country.
Bloomberg and fellow billionaire George Soros are each putting in $30 million of their own money to help fund the $130 million, 3-year- program.
It is also coming with about 880 days left in the mayor’s tenure.