Community Justice Project Seeks Used Computers, Printers in Working Condition

The Community Justice Project of the St. Thomas Law School has been working with St. Paul community members to develop Brotherhood Inc., a new 501c3 organization.

Brotherhood Inc. is designed to assist young African American men, ages 16 to 24, who have been involved with the criminal justice system, gangs or who are at risk of entering those systems. Brotherhood Inc. will provide social services, life skills and practical skills training and employment under one roof.

The nonprofit organization is in need of used computers and printers in working condition to assist young men with gaining job skills, computer skills and GED training.

For more information or to make arrangements for computer pick-ups, contact Professor Nekima Levy-Pounds, (651) 962-4959.