My Brother’s Keeper builds collaboration and social capital through hip-hop album and documentary

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On a Wednesday evening this month, a group of African-American men ranging from teenagers to forty-somethings gathered at Grove Studios in Ypsilanti, where they responded to a prompt: “Having money means…”

Read the full article by Sarah Rigg and the series “On the Ground in Ypsilanti” at Concentrate.

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