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Hollywood is going crazy because of its lack of diversity, and Michael B. Jordan wants to change that by helping the minorities become the next Michael B. Jordan  The Star of Black Panther created an internship and mentoring program to give under-represented boys the opportunity to pursue careers in the media, entertainment and art fields Deadline . The program was launched by its production company Outlier Society in partnership with the My Brother's Keeper Alliance, an initiative of the Obama Foundation.
The scholarship will include a summer internship program open to high school and college students from under-represented communities. Guys get work experience, networking opportunities and mentoring from other men in the arts and entertainment field.
Jordan made the announcement at the first national gathering of My Brother's Keeper, which took place from 18 to 20 February in Oakland, California. Huffington Post . Founded in 2015, "My Brother's Keeper Alliance" seeks to close the gap for young men of color to ensure that all youth reach their full potential, "the official website states.
The event said Jordan, he always hopes to use his power position to help others.
"I've always promised myself that I could do that as soon as I got a production company," Huffington Post reports Jordan said the scholarship was an important investment in the US livelihood of our country.
"Outlier Fellows is an opportunity to find and cultivate a focused pipeline of talented and diverse, next-generation minds – the voices of our community for years to come ", said Jordan Frist ." For the next group of cultural workers, a seat at the table