When Sterling K. Brown Isn’t Talking About “This Is Us” He’s Working With Harlem Youth

March 5, 2018

People magazine reports that Sterling K. Brown knows the importance of giving back.

The award-winning actor teamed up with Clorox and the non-profit the Thrive Collective for a new campaign called “Clean is the Beginning,” which focuses on the importance of a clean environment for children.

In partnership with the campaign, Brown was in New York City on Tuesday at an event to celebrate the opening of a newly renovated arts and mentoring hub for at-risk youth in Harlem, where People caught up with him about what made him want to get involved in the project and learned some details about the next season of This Is Us.

Read the entire article here.

Photo credit via Source.


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