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Weekly News Roundup

September 27, 2010 – October 3, 2010

Community Targets Teens to End Violence
Jeff Stensland, ABC Southern IL News, October 3, 2010

Graduation rates rise for Virginia schools
Kevin Sieff, Washington Post Staff Writer, September 30, 2010

Local activist speaks out against youth violence
Staff Writer, WHDH News, September 30, 2010

Area teens take part in Youth Leadership Day event
Staff Writer, WKBT News, September 30, 2010

Student NAACP to register voters
Danielle Wilburn, The Daily Helmsman Online, September 29, 2010

Anti-Violence Program Uses Sports to Nurture Young Men
Alex Perez, NBC Chicago, September 29, 2010

Black Colleges Need a New Mission
Jason L. Riley, The Wall Street Journal, September 28, 2010

Black student groups debate use of ‘n-word’
Melissa Candolfi, The Daily Athenaeum, September 28, 2010

Program Aims to Increase Number of Teachers, parental involvement key to engaging students
Andy Sedlak, Middletown Journal, September 28, 2010

Why Do African-American Youth Kill Each Other? The Lack of Cultural Alignment
Staff Writer, Atlanta Post, September 28, 2010

Homeless youth most vulnerable to crime and violence
Staff Writer, Sify News, September 28, 2010

Racial disparity feeds ills in juvenile justice
Lael Chester, Boston Globe, September 28, 2010

East Oakland festival celebrates youth leadership
Nicole Jones, Oakland North, September 28, 2010

Homeless youths most often victims of crime: study led by York U researcher
Janice Walls, Eurek Alert, September 27, 2010

Dothan schools show across-the-board increases in standardized test scores
Jim Cook, Dothan Eagle, September 27, 2010

Student identified as future leader…
Staff Writer, Hertfordshire, September 27, 2010

Black leaders draw area youth to education summit
Gianna Cruet, The Nevada Sagebrush, September 27, 2010

Young, gay, and black in D.C.: Reaching the HIV/AIDS epidemic’s most at-risk group
Amanda Hess, TBD News, September 27, 2010


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