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Weekly News Roundup

May 30, 2011 – June 5, 2011

Maltz Museum essay contest empowers students to take a stand against hatred
The Plain Dealer, June 5, 2011

How to really improve K-12 public schools
Ralph Scharnau, The Online, June 5, 2011

Fenger beating: 5 murder convictions later, all that’s left is sadness
Jason Meisner, Chicago Tribune, June 5, 2011

Young Men Pledge to End Teen Relationship Abuse and Domestic Violence
PR Newswire, June 4, 2011

Of the many gaps in JCPS, experience gap is most troubling
Jim Waters, Business First News, June 3, 2011

Why is the NAACP fighting African Americans?
Kevin P. Chavous, The Washington Post, June 3, 2011

Cain raises question of black conservatism
Melissa Harris-Perry, Philly News, June 3, 2011

Operation Graduate Aims to Close Achievement Gap
Jared Leone, Patch News, June 3, 2011

Printers Row Lit Fest Preview: Black Youth And The Future Of American Politics
The Chicagoist, June 2, 2011

Web page to address high percentage of suspensions of black students
Valarie Honeycutt Spears, Kentucky News, June 2, 2011

NC business owner takes on youth violence
Jim Holt, The Rocky Mount Telegram, June 1, 2011

YCWG holds certification ceremony for youth leaders in peace building
Lamin Baba Njie, Today Online, June 1, 2011

Ten Professions For Blacks Seeking Greater Opportunities
Alexis Garrett Stodghill, NewOne, May 31, 2011

‘Media ignores youth agency’
Marianne Merten, Cape Argus, May 31, 2011

Back in the Days Remix
Andrew Frisicano, Time Out NYC, May 31, 2011

Black Fraternities Visit Maryland’s Cheltenham Youth Facility to Inspire Young Men
George Barnette, Black Voice News, May 30, 2011

School suspends students with white t-shirts, claim they are white supremacists
Examiner News, Joe Newby, May 30, 2011

Students join a few original Freedom Riders on the ride of their lives
Eric Deggans,Tampa Bay Times, May 30, 2011


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