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My 2019 Birthday Present #2: Operation HOPE Tops 4M Clients Served.

On the eve of my 53rd birthday, I am so honored to report that the public benefit, non profit, for-purpose organization I founded after the Rodney King Riots of 1992, Operation HOPE, has to date served more than 4 million clients -- both youth and adult -- as the...

My 2019 Birthday Present #2: Operation HOPE Tops 4M Clients Served.

On the eve of my 53rd birthday, I am so honored to report that the public benefit, non profit, for-purpose organization I founded after the Rodney King Riots of 1992, Operation HOPE, has to date served more than 4 million clients -- both youth and adult -- as the...

My 2019 Birthday Present #1: HOPE Inside locations hit 1,000 Cities Served Mark.

On the occasion of my 53rd birthday, I am thrilled to report that the organization I founded almost 27 years ago, Operation HOPE, has now surpassed 1,000 cities directly served by our growing HOPE Inside Network! Operation HOPE and the HOPE Inside Network has served...

John Hope Bryant Speaks on the NFL National Partnership for Social Justice. The new Economic Equality Agenda.

As the founder of Operation HOPE, and the Silver Rights Movement inspired by and through the on-the-ground work of Operation HOPE - in countless underserved communities across the country - I could not be more proud to have had Operation HOPE selected by the NFL. The...

Atlanta-based Operation HOPE receives NFL’s Inspire Change Initiative national grant for Social Justice

On January 11th, 2019, the NFL announced a new initiative on social justice and racial equality through its Inspire Change program. The focus of Inspire Change is in three priority areas: education and economic advancement, police and community relations, and criminal...

Atlanta-based Operation HOPE receives NFL’s Inspire Change Initiative national grant for Social Justice

On January 11th, 2019, the NFL announced a new initiative on social justice and racial equality through its Inspire Change program. The focus of Inspire Change is in three priority areas: education and economic advancement, police and community relations, and criminal...

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