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Weekly News Roundup

April 26, 2010 – May 2, 2010

At-risk neighborhoods need help from all areas
Brad Dickerson, Highlands Today, May 2, 2010

New Data Reveal: HIV Hammering Black Gay and Bisexual Men
Black AIDS Institute, May 2, 2010

At-risk neighborhoods need help from all areas
Brad Dickerson, Highlands Today, May 2, 2010

Urban school sheds crime scene label
Jay Matthews, The Washington Post, May 2, 2010

Cities show violence can be reduced
Adam Bosch, Times Herald-Record, May 2, 2010

Youth summit flawed
Kansas City, Thomas McKibben, May 2, 2010

Black men urged to step in for at-risk youth
Maudlyne Ihejirika, Chicago Sun Times, May 2, 2010

Field trip for black students sparks controversy at Ann Arbor elementary school
David Jesse, AnnArbor.com, May 2, 2010

Birmingham schools mentorship program ends without sponsorship
Marie Leech, The Birmingham News, May 1, 2010

Birmingham schools mentorship program ends without sponsorship
Marie Leech, The Birmingham News, May 1, 2010

Black Students Experience More Online Bias Than Whites
Jill Laster, The Chronicle, April 30, 2010

Poll: Black teens more optimistic than peers
Martha Irvine, Associated Press, April 30, 2010

Mentor a young person and contribute to the community
Lee Molette, The Tennessean, April 30, 2010

Why summer jobs are getting harder to find
Christine Vestal, Stateline, April 29, 2010

York County fraternity takes aim at gangs, teen violence
Andrew Dys, The Herald, April 29, 2010

Black Students Conference conveys unity to SMC community
John Stapleton IV, Corsair Newspaper, April 28, 2010

NAACP youth attend training institute
The Cape Gazette, April 28, 2010

Panel speakers urge addressing dropout rate of Hispanic and black teenage boys
Barbara Wieland, Lansing State Journal, April 28, 2010

Youth Arts Council offers hip-hop dance classes
Erin Waldner, The Press-Enterprise, April 27, 2010

Students gather to oppose racial slurs
Staff Writer, The Cavalier Daily, April 27, 2010

Student loans continue to pile up for college graduates, new study shows
Steve Rosen, Kansas City Star, April 27, 2010

Answer to youth violence is jobs, not National Guard
Pepe Lozano, The People’s World, April 26, 2010

Notre Dame names its first Black valedictorian
Staff Writer, The Louisiana Weekly, April 26, 2010

Stepping up against violence by mentoring at-risk youth
La Risa Lynch, The Final Call, April 25, 2010

Forum focuses on youth violence
John Keilman, Chicago Tribune, April 25, 2010