Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Kochs Create Partnership with Deion Sanders to Fight Poverty

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Former NFL star Deion Sanders has partnered up with the conservative Koch brothers to help fight poverty in Dallas, the Washington Post reports.

Thirty-seven percent of children in Dallas live in high-poverty neighborhoods, according to a report published in 2016 by Texas Kids Count, with Black and Hispanic students more likely to live in those neighborhoods. As a result, 27 percent of children in Dallas county lack access to adequate food and nearly 1 in 5 Latino children lack health insurance.

Sanders, who played for the Dallas Cowboys, and the Koch brothers are looking to raise $21 million in three years and will meet at The Broadmoor Hotel with hundreds of donors who have already pledged at least $100,000 per…

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