President Obama launched a new White House initiative Thursday– My Brother's Keeper. The program aims to pave a pathway of success for a demographic that many believe has been marginalized. At the luncheon, Obama revealed some personal stories of growing up without a father, and the struggles he encountered throughout his own education. Victor Blackwell spoke with two men who attended that luncheon– Pastor Mark McBride, who works with the Pico National Network and Marc Morial, President of the National Urban League. We asked them: How will the goals and benchmarks of this program be measured? And are Obama's proposals enough to make progress?