Men of color often find college isolating. UW’s Brotherhood Initiative wants to change that.

Madison Douglas, center, gets set up for a study group with the UW’s Brotherhood Initiative with other students on campus.  (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)
Madison Douglas, center, gets set up for a study group with the UW’s Brotherhood Initiative with other students on campus. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)

A pilot program at the University of Washington is finding ways to better support black and brown male students, who often find the campus isolating and unsupportive, and who graduate at lower rates.

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