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Ex-LA Mayor Backs Jobs Training For At-Risk Kids

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(FOX 11) Former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan and his best friend Win Rhodes have donated tens of millions of dollars to LA's charter school movement.

They've now teamed up to help fund a jobs training program for at-risk youth, FOX 11 investigative reporter Heidi Cuda reports.

 "These children are children of God and they're just as important as the children of wealthy people and we have to give them a chance in life," Riordan said.

 

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