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Weekly News Roundup

July 19, 2010 – July 25, 2010

Parks department still molding our youth, employing competent staff
Patty Martone, The News-Sentinel, July 25, 2010

Mentoring siblings of gang members
Lawrence Harmon, The Boston Globe, July 25, 2010

Alabama Reading Initiative critical to continued student success
Jim Cook, Dothan Eagle, July 25, 2010

Kruzan to NAACP youth: ‘Never underestimate yourselves’
Christy Mullins, Herald Times, July 24, 2010

A change of heart is the solution to turning around youth violence
Thomas Hill, Indy Star, July 24, 2010

Ohio lags in minority grad rates
Denise Smith Amos, Cincinnati News, July 24, 2010

Start young to prevent violence
Deborah Johnson, Democrat and Chronicle, July 24, 2010

Students draft a lesson plan of their own
Elizabeth Flock, Chicago Tribune, July 23, 2010

“Decade of Dithering” Has Left Black Youth Stuck in Poverty
Dan Parr, VSO International, July 22, 2010

Black-tie boxing affair to help Boys & Girls Clubs
Faye Reeder, Star-Telegram, July 22, 2010

Commemorating a century of service, today’s Boy Scouts reach out to minorities
Vivian Nereim, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 22, 2010

The importance of healthy communities for boys of color
Marian Wright Edelman, The Madison Times, July 22, 2010

Scuffle at Meeting over NC School Resegregation
Associated Press, July 21, 2010

Alexander Russo hits me hard on Harlem Children’s Zone
Jay Matthews, The Washington Post, July 21, 2010

Murray gets $500,000 for anti-gang efforts in King County
Casey McNerthney, Seattle 911, July 21, 2010

Youth violence festers
Mindelle Jacobs, Edmonton Sun, July 21, 2010

Scouting’s positive effect in wake of youth violence
Nicholas Young, Indy Star, July 21, 2010

Cerritos College program will give training to at-risk youth who want to become teachers
Kevin Butler, Press Telegram, July 21, 2010

Kids lobby Congress to end gang violence in their communities
Staff Writer, USA Today, July 21, 2010

No excuse, ever, for violence in youth sports
Staff Writer, Press Democrat, July 21, 2010

Former gang members, crime victims create youth safety net
Gracie Bonds Staples, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, July 21, 2010

$900k for police but what about teens?
Mary Lynch, The Boston Globe, July 20, 2010

Huberman: Minority enrollment in city’s best schools has ‘lost some ground’
Sarah Karp, Catalyst Chicago, July 20, 2010

Motorsports industry reaches out to minority youth
Suzy Stark, Charlotte New 14, July 20, 2010

Anacostia Graduate Aims to be Role Model for Young Black Males
Dorothy Rowley, DC Afro Newa, July 20, 2010

Hundreds rally, bogus charges against black student accused of stealing chicken nuggets dropped
Jacob Flom, Fight Back News, July 20, 2010

The fight against school re-segregation heats up in North Carolina
Staff Writer, Facing South, July 20, 2010

Springfield teens call for end to violence
The Republican Editor, July 20, 2010

Fred Moore High School classmates gather for weekend of memories
Candace Carlisle, Denton Record Chronicle, July 19, 2010

National Day of Action to Silence The Violence – Saturday July 24, 2010
Rhonda Erwin, Sacramento Press, July 19, 2010

Youth Group Speaks Out Against Indy Black Expo Violence
John W. Davis, July 19, 2010, Indiana News Center

She pushes ‘Let’s Move’ initiative, warns of childhood obesity
Steve Kraske, McClatchy Newspaper, July 18, 2010

Use positive messages to point the way to real empowerment
Mike McHugh, JD News, July 18, 2010

Targeted anti-gang patrols raise racial-profiling red flags
Kate Allen, The Globe and Mail, July 18, 2010

The Arts Are Alive
Staff Writer, ABC Local, July 18, 2010

Fight Childhood Obesity By Making Family Reunions A Healthy Affair
Corliss Hill, Black News, July 18, 2010