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March 7, 2011 – March 13, 2011

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Weekly News Roundup

March 7, 2011 – March 13, 2011

Skills fund to prioritise Black and Coloured youths
Chantall Presence, Eye Witness News, March 13, 2011

4th Annual African American Men Read – In ‘Brothers Mentoring Youth Through Reading’
J. Williams, The Westside Gazette, March 13, 2011

Teacher encourages students to discover themselves
Kevin Tremain, The State-Journal Register, March 12, 2011

Why black Africans are paying the price for the real or perceived use of mercenaries in Libya
Colin Freeze, The Globe and Mail, March 12, 2011

Local doctors use education to wage war on HIV/AIDS among Black Youth
Charles Moseley, The Westside Gazette, March 11, 2011

Principal Blames Black Students For School’s Poor Scores
News One, March 11, 2011

Multicultural students at top of list for Black Cultural Center
Alli Kolick, Iowa State Daily, March 10, 2011

Juvenile Justice Week Raises Awareness About Plight of Incarcerated Youth
Alex Garcia, The Sun New, March 10, 2011

Parents of minority students criticize culture at top high school
Patrick Wall, Gotham Schools Report, March 9, 2011

Grand Rapids schools hit with sanctions for suspending blacks, students with disabilities at higher rates
Monica Scott, The Grand Rapids Press, March 9, 2011

Clubs seek to engage students
Jermaine Harrison, Accent Advocate, March 8, 2011

Program to encourage minority students to study abroad
Brett Anderson, TCU Daily, March 8, 2011

An artist inspires creativity in youth
Erica Newport, Herald-Tribune, March 8, 2011

Project reaches out to St. Paul’s young black men
Chao Xiong, Star Tribune, March 8, 2011

Hurricanes relying on youth movement
Javier Serna, McClatchy Newspapers, March 8, 2011

Togetherness Supreme: Kenyan Youth, Hipness and Hope on Screen
Ruth Starkman, Huffington Post, March 7, 2011

Paddling smacks of violence, not education
Star-Telegram, March 7, 2011

Vocational courses: Is it because I is black?
Michael Mumisa, The Independent, March 7, 2011

Finding Fairness for Rural Students
Education Week, March 7, 2011

Students were ready and willing to debate
Melissa Tait, The Record, March 7, 2011

African-American Youth Achievement Awards Recognize Evanston/Skokie Students
Trib Local Evanston

Reinserting queer names into black history
Andrea Houston, Xtra News, March 7, 2011