As the country deals with racial inequality, NBA legend Michael Jordan and his brand is donating $100 million to organizations that work to get racial equality.

NBA legend Michael Jordan and Jordan Brand are donating to organizations that will fight for racial equality

Michael Jordan and his brand are pledging $1 million to organizations that fight for racial equality.


Bleacher Report says that Jordan’s Jordan Wings Program focuses on providing Black youth education and mentorship. While also doing more for those who continue to face systemic racism.

“We must join forces with the community, government and civic leaders to create a lasting impact together,” said Craig Williams, President of Jordan Brand, who emphasized they want to have a “real impact” in the Black Community.

Jordan Brand focusing on supporting the next generation

The Jordan Brand said they accept the responsibility to support the next generation. Jordan and his brand look to provide support and access so youth can have a better future. Last month, the Wings Program awarded 32 scholarships to students across the country. They join a group of 1,800 students who have already received scholarships over six years in China and the U.S.

Nike has also announced they are donating $40 million over four years to the black community. Michael Jordan quickly addressed the protests against police brutality. “We must listen to each other, show compassion and empathy and never turn our backs on senseless brutality. We need to continue peaceful expressions against injustice and demand accountability.”

Jordan has previously made to donations to groups that help improve relations between law enforcement and the black community. Moreover, he has pledged $1 million to the International Association of Chiefs of Police’s Institute for Community-Police Relations. Michael Jordan has become one figure that both sides pay attention to, so he hopes that they can listen and hash out the differences and find the best way to improve relations.

Lawrence Lease

Lawrence Lease is a writer for His work can also be seen in Cinema Gold, Blasting News, and The Washington Ledger. He is a proud cinephile and movie trivia fan.

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