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Stimulus Dollars Lift Hopes for Teen Jobs This Summer

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – As summer heats up and yields thousands of unemployed teenagers anxious for a

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Wilmington Attorney Challenges Bar Association and Country Club

WILMINGTON, N.C. — Two years after the construction of the Cape Fear Country Club, Wilmington suffered

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Summer School Cancellation Stirs Deep Concern in South L.A.

LOS ANGELES (NNPA) – More than 225,000 Los Angeles Unified School District families with elementary and

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Low Income Chicago Children Facing Barriers to Pre-School

CHICAGO (NNPA) – Three years after former Gov. Rod Blagojevich launched a bold initiative to provide

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New CBC Report May Give Peek at Presidentís Black Agenda

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – A bi-annual report released last week by the Congressional Black Caucus may give

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To the Rescue: National Urban League Bringing Empowerment Fair to Dallas

DALLAS (NNPA) – They don’t pretend to be superheroes. Yet the National Urban League, in conjunction

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Parental Separation Anxiety: Tips on How to Cope with Sending a Child Off to College

While some fathers and mothers fear the experience of sending their child off to college will

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Study to Examine What Makes Kids Thrive Or Struggle

“What we want to understand is what makes the difference in kids’ lives,” says Michael Ungar,

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Political Claims Get a Reality Check in “Policy and Evidence in a Partisan Age”

No matter where you get your news, politicians’ and pundits’ hyperbolic claims about public policy are

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Studying the Suburbs

With over half the Canadian population now living in the suburbs, Dalhousie University Architecture and Planning

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Rural HIV: Surprising Stats, Stigma & Sexual Behavior

Headed up the highway on a 60-mile roundtrip from his home in a small Vermont town,

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Campus Receives Gift of Huge Soaring Seahawk Sculpture: 20-foot Wingspan

A huge Soaring Seahawk sculpture was installed today, Thursday, May 21, 2009, on the campus of

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