AP – Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith are adding their star power to President Barack Obama’s initiative to boost opportunities for vulnerable young Americans. The Will & Jada Smith Family Foundation said Friday it will launch a "Careers in Entertainment Tour" to support Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper Initiative on its two-year anniversary.
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