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-- Washington, DC, U.S.A -- President Obama greets members of congress before delivering the State of the Union address before a joint session of Congress, Wednesday Jan. 25, 2011, on Capitol Hill in Washington. --Photo by Jack Gruber, USA TODAY Staff / AP

President Obama turns his attention to social policy on Thursday.

Obama meets this afternoon with foundation and business leaders to discuss "My Brother's Keeper," an initiative designed to help young African-American and Hispanic men.

For remarks in the East Room, Obama will be joined by "a wide group of stakeholders who share our interest in helping put these boys and young men of color on the path to success, including faith leaders, state and local officials," says the White House.

Later in the day, Obama and Vice President Biden meet with with Treasury Secretary Jack Lew.



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