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Weekly News Roundup

February 14, 2011 – February 20, 2011

Black leaders discuss lack of minority teachers
Tiffany Lankes, The Democrat and Chronicle, February 19, 2011

African American Museum of the East End Emphasizes Overlooked History
Bonnie Cannon, East Hampton Patch, February 19, 2011

Education summit pushes African American pursuit of college degrees
Dan Klepal, Courier- Journal, February 19, 2011

Youth organizers launch IL trans-friendly bathrooms initiative
Staff Writer, Windy City Media, February 18, 2011

Gainful Employment” Endangers African American Students’ Educations
Ruben Hopkins, The American Spectator, February 18, 2011

Black Student Says Professor Told Her “Slaves Were Always Late”
Casey Gane-McCalla, News One, February 17, 2011

Are Ohio’s Black and Latino Students Buoyed by a System of Preferences? Not Hardly
Staff Writer, Alter-Net News, February 17, 2011

Too Young To Die: Documentary Photographer Looks At Chicago Violence (PHOTOS)
Will Guzzardi, The Huffington Post, February 16, 2011

Why the youth should no longer be ignored
Staff Writer, The Daily Independent, February 16, 2011

Black college presidents face tremendous challenges yet continue to press on
Charles Moseley, Westside Gazett, February 16, 2011

Wash. U.’s black men should equip themselves with murses
Laura Mcginnis, Student Life News, February 16, 2011

Black colleges & universities play a special role in America today and for generations to come
Charles Moseley, The Westside Gazette, February 16, 2011

Ex-gang members to help fight violence
Rick Couch, Selma-Times Journal, February 15, 2011

We should encourage our kids, not discourage them
Kristin Broner, The Famuan, February 15, 2011

Post-Egypt, will America’s youth vote turn on Obama in 2012?
Gaius Publius, The America, February 14, 2011


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