The film “Air,” which tells the story of Nike’s signing of Michael Jordan, isn’t actually about Michael Jordan at all.
An Oakland-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the racial wealth gap was among the inaugural recipients of Michael Jordan’s community grants.
As part of his $100 million commitment to fight systemic racism, NBA legend Michael Jordan is providing grants for grassroots organizations.
Michael Jordan opened a second clinic in Charlotte, North Carolina to support uninsured individuals from underserved communities.
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