Obama expected to talk with Chicago teens about challenges they face
(MCT) — CHICAGO — In addition to a speech at a South Side high school on Friday, President Barack Obama is expected to meet privately with 20 young black men there and discuss the challenges of growing up in a rough neighborhood.
White House officials asked Principal Antonio Ross of Hyde Park Academy High School to suggest students the president could meet with. Ross said he recommended teens in a mentoring and behavioral skills program called Becoming a Man.
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