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College Student Attack a Hate Crime?

CNN | April 20, 2010 The student body president of California State University, Chico, was recovering Monday from stab wounds suffered in what police believe was a hate crime, officials said. Joseph Igbineweka, who was born in Nigeria, was stabbed early Sunday while walking in a Chico neighborhood near the college where mostly students reside, […]

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How to Save Minority Youth: Nice White Lady

MadTV

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Jobs: Biggest Issue Facing Blacks

MSNBC | April 18, 2010

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Black Men and the 2010 Census

New America Media | 2010 New America Media talk to young Black men about the upcoming Census.

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Better Communities Equal Better Schools?

Morning Joe – MSNBC

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Senator Explains his “Stop the Sag” Campaign

MSNBC via theGrio.com | March 30, 2010

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“Anyone But Me” Web Series

Written by Susan Miller and Tina Cesa Ward | Season 2, Ep. 5 Anyone But Me is a critically acclaimed web series about New York city teens coming of age in the 21st century. The series follows the ethnically diverse cast as they explore for their own identity and search for acceptance. Realistically portraying the […]

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Warning to Facebook Users: Worldwide Virus Spreading

CNN | March 18, 2010 CNN’s Errol Barnett reports on fraudulent Facebook messages and what to do to protect yourself.

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Minority Jobless Gap

CNBC | March 18, 2010 A new report by the Joint Economic Committee shows the struggle for jobs is particularly acute for African Americans. William Rodgers, a Rutgers professor and former Labor Dept. chief economist, and Harley Shaiken, a professor at UC Berkeley, share their insight.

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11-Year-Old Lobbies Congress for Health Care

MSNBC | March 9, 2010 At the age of 7, Marcelas Owens lost his 27-year-old mother to pulmonary hypertension after losing her job and health insurance. Now, the 11-year-old fifth grader is heading to Congress to advocate for health care reform.

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