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Weekly News Roundup

June 7, 2010 – June 13, 2010

It’s summertime, but the living ain’t easy
Carol Marin, Sun-Times, June 13, 2010

Tough parenting is the key to stopping violence
Rose Russell, Toledo Blade, June 12, 2010

Getting youth motivated goal of youth program
Robert Lee Long, Desoto Times, June 11, 2010

Black youths get message early on
Aida Paull Pierrefonds, The Gazette, June 11, 2010

Boston teens gather to address youth violence
Tom Menino, NECN, June 9, 2010

Startling sociological findings about violence and Boston’s inner-city youth
David S. Bernstein, The Phoenix, June 9, 2010

Surveyed adults think economy causing youth violence
TaRhonda Thomas, Colorado 9 News, June 9, 2010

Student suspended for racial taunts
Aiyana Baida, Highlands Today, June 8, 2010

St. Paul works to reduce racial disparities in juvenile justice
Deb Pleasants, TC DAILY PLANET, June 8, 2010

Cali program tries to halt youth gang violence
Kirsten Begg, Columbia Reports, June 8, 2010

Rally to Save Youth Jobs — This Is It!
Staff Writer, Open Media Boston, June 8, 2010

Pragmatism also plays a part in exodus of black students, leaders from Dallas ISD
Jacquielynn Floyd, The Dallas Morning News, June 8, 2010

Youth learn about media and its impact on stereotypes
Staff Writer, The South Los Angeles Report, June 8, 2010

Survey suggests more teens using n-word, perceptions mixed
Jerry Mitchell, Clarion Ledger, June 7, 2010

Lack of pride in black youth
Rawles Pacquette, Dominican News, June 7, 2010

Tech organization works to mentor Lubbock’s youth
Merideth Murphey, Daily Toreador, June 7, 2010


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