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National Institute to Unlock Potential

Unlock Potential on Nashville Newschannel 5

America is currently home to more than 4 million youth aged 16-24 (which has increased after the pandemic) who aren’t in school or working. They are known as Opportunity Youth because of their potential value to our communities and economies. Young Black and Latino people are up to three-to-six times more likely to be disconnected than whites. Youth of color are far more likely to suffer adverse outcomes like poverty and incarceration, which increases for those that have experienced foster care, human trafficking, juvenile justice involvement, and parental incarceration.

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Local 6 News Richmond, VA

RICHMOND, Va. — A nonprofit in Richmond is teaching incarcerated individuals highly sought-after technical skills to help prepare them to join the workforce upon their release. Persevere, which operates out of the Camille Griffin Graham

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