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Weekly News Roundup

April 4, 2011 – April 10, 2011

Teens who speak out against violence unsung heroes
Digital Journal, KJ Mullins, April 10, 2011

Lack of jobs among youth a recipe for wars: World Bank
Kaburu Mugambi, Nation Media, April 10, 2011

Water for Worthington: Youth-led fundraiser aims for clean water
Jane Turpin Moore, Worthington Daily Globe, April 10, 2011

Groups work together to present ‘Law and You’ to youth
Catherine Roberson, Rocky Mountain Telegram, April 9, 2011

Black student leaders slam ‘apartheid’ characterization
Jordana Horn, J-Post, April 9, 2011

More Blacks and Hispanics Moving Up the Ranks in Public Schools
Merissa Green, The Ledger, April 9, 2011

Youth league: ‘We must all support struggle songs’
Mail & Guardian, Staff Writer, April 9, 2011

HS Students Plan Pantsuit Protest
Staff Writer, Albuquerque Express, April 9, 2011

Youth Entrepreneurs program gives students some serious info
Steve Rosen, The Kansas City Star, April 8, 2011

April Forum Aims To Provide Tools To Help Young Black Males Prosper
Chandra R. Thomas, Information Exchange, April 8, 2011

Civic activism is a century-old tradition in D.C.’s Deanwood
Amy Reinink, Washington Post, April 8, 2011

US Black Students Demand Arabs Stop Calling Israel Apartheid
Maayana Miskin, National News, April 7, 2011

A post-racial society?
Not atBrian Mackey, The State Journal-Register, April 6, 2011

Clemson workshop helps minority students solve college admissions puzzles
Anna Simon, Clemson Bureau, April 6, 2011

Obama adviser Axelrod: Campaign will make black, Latino, youth outreach a priority
Associated Press, April 6, 2011

Whites Becoming the New Youth Minority
Charles J. Little, News Max, April 6, 2011

Youth need jobs, hope for the future
Jesse Jackson, Chicago Sun-Times, April 5, 2011

Education Expert Says Resegregation Detrimental To Black Students
Charlotte Young, The Atlanta Post, April 4, 2011

Report shows need to ‘close success gaps’ in the Inland region
Staff Writer, The Record Gazette, April 4, 2011

Area schools growing more diverse
Luz Lazo, Richmond Times Dispatch, April 4, 2011

Civil rights leader speaks on post-racial America
Becky Prager, Student Life, April 4, 2011