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Study Finds Massive Unmet Demand for Afterschool Programs Among African-American Children in High-Poverty Communities Written by LAWT News Service
Defunct Southland Beauty Schools' Insurer Pays $8.6 Million to Resolve Fraud Claims Written by City News Service
Donors, Sponsors Generously Support African-American History Museum Written by Stacy M. Brown
LAUSD graduation rates increase Written by City News Service
City of Carson offers paid public service work ­experience to college interns Written by LAWT News Service
Developer Sells Chicago Property, Later Discovers Emmett Till Lived There Written by Erick Johnson
Young adults from Compton selected for Obama inspired Leadership Program; Eighteen Youth from Compton, Los Angeles and Alaska will travel together to the Puget Sound region, Los Angeles, and Alaska during a two-week experience this August Written by LAWT News Service
UCLA expands enrollment offers Written by City News Service
Price, Garcetti pitch for George Lucas Museum in Expo Park Written by City News Service
Willowbrook Middle School students represent Compton Schools at the Jefferson Awards’ National Competition in Washington, D.C. Written by LAWT News Service
Hundreds of Black men and boys from around the country go to Washington D.C. for Black Youth Vote Hill Day Written by LAWT News Service
Fewer kids could receive free school meals under House bill Written by MARY CLARE JALONICK
Obama urges graduates to continue needed change Written by Howard University News Service
Nearly 4,000 L.A. students unite in this year’s Sea Change for a ‘Litter-Free’ Kids Ocean Day; Some Students to Visit the Ocean for First Time on May 19 Written by LAWT News Service
Impact of Pre-K vital to L.A. County and Local Economies Concludes New Study; Report Outlines Positive Economic Impact of Quality Early Care and Education and Underscores Urgent Need for Policy Makers to Make Young Children a Priority and Invest According Written by LAWT News Service
Aspiring zoologist, college-bound senior Joshua Dodson hears the call of the wild Written by LAWT News Service
All Boys Academy to open in 2017 Written by City News Service
Brotherhood Crusade is seeking 16-24 Year Old Youth for Upcoming Employment/Internship Opportunities Written by LAWT News Service
Archaeologists digging at Malcolm X’s boyhood home in Boston Written by PHILIP MARCELO
Buffett foundation to focus on helping young girls of color Written by JESSE J. HOLLAND
U.S. to fire monitor overseeing formerly for-profit colleges Written by JEFF HORWITZ
Students culminate exclusive weekend at Walt Disney World Resort with Steve Harvey and ESSENCE Magazine Written by City News Service
Senate committee votes to approve new education secretary Written by Jennifer C. Kerr
No charges for students behind racial slurs at Texas A&M Written by Associated Press
President’s reception celebrates history and achievement Written by LAWT News Service
University of Kentucky Black student group issues ‘call to action’ to officials Written by Associated Press
17th Annual Black College Expo hits L.A. Convention Center Written by Shannen Hill
UConn setting up living-learning community for black men; The University of Connecticut is creating a living and learning community for black men in response to low graduation and retention rates among its male African-American students Written by Pat Eaton-Robb
For-profit College chain with Southland Campuses accused of fraud Written by City News Service
Compton Unified alum Dr. Dre & Apple Executive Lisa Jackson celebrate iPad rollout at Jefferson Elementary School Written by LAWT News Service