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Weekly News Roundup

July 5, 2010 – July 11, 2010

Oscar Grant case: No justice, no peace!
Editorial Writer, Workers World, July 11, 2010

NAACP must keep pushing for change
Doug Moore, STL Today, July 11, 2010

Summer camp keeping kids moving, learning
Gary Stallard, The Lufkin Daily News, July 11, 2010

Teenage smoking rate no longer falling despite programs
Letitia Stein, St. Petersburg Times, July 11, 2010

NAACP wants to pass torch to a new generation
Rick Montgomery, Kansas City Star, July 11, 2010

Pittsburgh leadership program urges black students to stand out
Chris Togneri, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, July 10, 2010

CDC Says Teen Smoking Decline Slow but Stable
Cole Petrochko, Med Page Today, July 9, 2010

Obama: Hope for Black Children
Christine Brown, Huffington Post, July 8, 2010

Overview of Black Youth’s Biggest Problem
Joseph Bailey, Black Voice News, July 7, 2010

D.C. youth justice agency’s school improvements deemed ‘remarkable’
Henri E. Cauvin, Washington Post Staff Writer, July 9, 2010

Minority Kids Have Fewer Opportunities: University Of Michigan Poll
Ilena Morales, Associated Press, July 8, 2010

Black scholarships abound for college students
Andrea Hermitt, Wallet Pop News, July 7, 2010

Students test college life at Drury
Staff Writer, News Leader, July 7, 2010

Summer Jobs For Inner City Teens
Staff Writer, WDEF News, July 6, 2010

“Black Youth too stupid to be angry” says mayor
Opinion Page, East Bay News, July 6, 2010

A Nation of Unrepresented Students?
Staff Writer, Impact University News, July 6, 2010

7 Ways to Save a Young Boy’s Life with Tech
Navarrow Wright, Black Web News, July 5, 2010

Holliday seeks focus on youths
Linda Weller, The Telegraph, July 5, 2010

How To Understand “Acting White”: Could desegregation have caused the culture of academic underperformance?
Richard Thompson Ford, Slate Magazine, July 5, 2010