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Michael Jordan Breaks Silence On Social Unrest, Donates $2M To Help Bring ChangePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 26 / 16
Michael Jordan yesterday spoke out on the country's "growing racial and social unrest" and announced grants of $1M each to two organizations that are "working to build trust between law enforcement and the communities in which they work," according to Wise, Bembry & Johnson of THE UNDEFEATE...
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