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Weekly News Roundup

April 18, 2011 – April 24, 2011

Some schools still struggle despite efforts
Tina Marie Macias, The Advertiser, April 23, 2011

Jobless rate for young workers in US highest since 1948
James Brewer, WS News, April 22, 2011

Racist graffiti found at Birmingham Seaholm High School
Tammy Stables, Detroit Free Press, April 22, 2011

NU students help close the achievement gap at ETHS through tutoring program
Susan Du, Daily Northwestern, April 21, 2011

Student to retrace “freedom ride”
Weston Pletcher, The Kansan, April 21, 2011

More Black men in prison now than enslaved in 1850
Dick Price, Toledo Journal, April 21, 2011

LAPD Changes Procedure that ‘Singled Out’ Black and Latino Students
Leiloni De Gruy, LA Wave, April 20, 2011

The voice of America’s frustrated youth, Power Shift, is on its way to the UK
Guppi Bola, The Guardian, April 20, 2011

Youth Activism Rises in D.C.
Erica Butler, Afro News, April 20, 2011

UNC-system historically black colleges and universities affected by budget cuts
Vinayak Balasubramanian, The Daily Tar Heel, April 20, 2011

Three Hip-Hop Scholars Talk About Combatting Homophobia
Akiba Solomon, Colorlines, April 19, 2011

BAYarts youth show attracts more than 100 young artists
Julie Cikra, The Observer, April 19, 2011

Hip-Hop Positivity
Garieka Godfrey, Courgar Link, April 19, 2011

The Power of Youth, Idealism and Nonviolence
Staff Writer, WITF, April 18, 2011

Giant Pictures Of African-American Males Make Law Student Feel Unwelcome
Elie Mystal, Above the Law News, April 18, 2011

Students protest lack of diversity among faculty
Mathew Davoli, BG Views News, April 18, 2011

Too many minorities in special ed, state says
Theresa Harrington
, Contra Costa Times, April 18, 2011

GPA requirement OK for minorities
Yetunde Ogunsakin, Red and Black News, April 18, 2011

Overfunding prisons while neglecting education
Ashahed M. Muhammad, The Final Call, April 18, 2011


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