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Weekly News Roundup

November 8, 2010 – November 14, 2010

Looking Back: Dunbar High School
Staff Writer, The DCist, November 14, 2010

Black Colleges Look To Increase Online Ed Presence
Staff Writer, The Associated Press, November 14, 2010

WCU Students host Minority Day of Silence;
Carla Giorno, The Quad, November 14, 2010

Events support hospital and youth employment
Jennifer Campbell, The Gazette, November 13, 2010

A Black Achievement Gap, and Wasted Potential
Richard R. Buery Jr, New York Times, November 12, 2010

Lawsuit Cites Cigarette Giveaways to Black Youth
The Atlanta Post, Staff Writer,November 12, 2010

Raising Up Our Youth Mentoring Provides A Network For Youth Development
Jeanie Blue, The Weekly Challenger, November 12, 2010

Leaders say election shows need for youth movement
Lucas Sullivan, Dayton Daily News, November 10, 2010

Israeli village helps at-risk youth sing a new song
Ryan E. Smith, Jewish Journal, November 10, 2010

Students React to Achievement Gap Documentary
Maru Smith, The Uptown, November 9, 2010

Can parents steer their children’s sexual orientation?
Jeneba Ghatt, Washington Times, November 9, 2010

Bullying not being ignored in Fort Bend
Don Maines, Ford Bend Ultimate, November 8, 2010

Are Black Colleges Adding to African-Americans’ Economic Woes?
Shanon D. Murray, The Loop 21, November 8, 2010

Male, female or neither? Gender identity debated at same-sex colleges
Stephanie Chen, CNN, November 8, 2010

Michigan official finally fired for harassing gay student
Alex Pareene, CNN, November 8, 2010

Youth in revolt
Patricia Bailey, CBC News, November 8, 2010

Empowering Ourselves, one kid at a time
Stefanie Lazow, The Dartmouth, November 8, 2010

Kwanzaa celebrates harvest, togetherness
Elizabeth Dickson, The Post, November 8, 2010

Standing room only at film on Black male students
Patrick Gailey, The Notebook, November 8, 2010