April 02, 2015

 

  • Local Newstalk: Kennedy Heights crime causes concern; Illegal dumping plagues District D
  • National: High court decides pollution standards impacting Blacks; Hiring practices for ex-offenders addressed
  • Rehab program helps breast cancer survivors; Digital storytelling project promotes HIV prevention
  • Entertainment: Adams talks about purpose, sacrifice
  • Talk show host causes controversy; Angelou stamp to be dedicated
  • Center Fold: Early Matters-Education makes a difference
  • Free tax preparation offered
  • Predatory lending-Steps taken to protect consumers
  • Opinion: Criminal justice system needs urgent reform; School environment should be positive, fair
  • Girl Scout’s initiative provides eye exams
  • Pro & College Sports: Toyota, SWAC initiative promotes day of service
  • High School Sports: Wheatley duo takes unconventional route
  • Top Events: Covenant House Gala; Links fair & Carnival; 100 Black Men Mixer

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