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Posts tagged with "African American youth"

Spoken Hero: Terrence DuJour

Spoken Hero: Terrence DuJour

May. 8 |     Teen finds greatest satisfaction helping others     News Analysis   By Dwight Hobbes Contributing Writer   People in our community and their giving spirit to others often go unnoticed as “Unspoken Heroes. Our Spoken...

Patience: When is it no longer a virtue?

Patience: When is it no longer a virtue?

Apr. 24 | Many of us here at the MSR recall being taught by our elders that “Patience is a virtue,” and very often we have found their advice to be true. Often, if we wait and exercise patience, in time what is fair and what is just will prevail. Those...

S.W.I.M. grows out of what youth are asking for

S.W.I.M. grows out of what youth are asking for

Mar. 6 |   Mentoring program responds to lack of structured activities for youth   News Analysis By Jamal Denman Contributing Writer   For many generations, people in the United States have been persistently fed a skewed view of the history of this...

Chuck Wexler in town, security plan in place

Chuck Wexler in town, security plan in place

Sep. 24 | While Democratic and DFL Party heavy hitters were in Charlotte, NC for the Democratic National Convention, including Mayor R.T. Rybak, the legendary Chuck Wexler, executive director of the powerful Police Executive Research Forum (PERF)...

Students can still register to  vote on Election Day in MN

Students can still register to vote on Election Day in MN

Aug. 29 |   By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   According to Rock the Vote, a national young people’s voter registration advocacy group, 11,500 young people turn 18 every day in this country. These individuals help make up the “Millennial Generation”...