Clayton Muhammad

Clayton Muhammad, conducts a meeting with several teens at the Quad County Urban League in Aurora in 2007. Muhammad, an administrator in the East Aurora School District 131, founded Boys II Men, a service fraternity that unites Latino and African-American teens who might be tempted to join rival gangs.
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( Tribune photo by Nuccio DiNuzzo / May 20, 2007 )

Clayton Muhammad, conducts a meeting with several teens at the Quad County Urban League in Aurora in 2007. Muhammad, an administrator in the East Aurora School District 131, founded Boys II Men, a service fraternity that unites Latino and African-American teens who might be tempted to join rival gangs.

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