Tag: Sex Trafficking

Twenty-Five Percent of HBCU’s Student Body Is Non-Black: Is This the End of Majority Black Schools? | Atlanta Black Star In 2014, the North Carolina Senate unanimously moved to remove a budget provision that would have given the state’s Board of Governors permission to study the closure of any school that had an enrollment decline of 20 percent between 2010 and 2013.">Twenty-Five Percent of HBCU’s Student Body Is Non-Black: Is This the End of Majority Black Schools? | Atlanta Black Star In 2014, the North Carolina Senate unanimously moved to remove a budget provision that would have given the state’s Board of Governors permission to study the closure of any school that had an enrollment decline of 20 percent between 2010 and 2013.

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In 2014, the North Carolina Senate unanimously moved to remove a budget provision that would have given the state’s Board of Governors permission to study the closure of any school that had an enrollment decline of 20 percent between 2010 and 2013.
Twenty-Five Percent of HBCU’s Student Body Is Non-Black: Is This the End of Majority Black Schools? | Atlanta Black Star In 2014, the North Carolina Senate unanimously moved to remove a budget provision that would have given the state’s Board of Governors permission to study the closure of any school that had an enrollment decline of 20 percent between 2010 and 2013." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

First long-term home for teenage sex-trafficked survivors to open in Oakland | Oakland North In a few months, Leah Kimble-Price will open the house she has been planning with her team—a home in Oakland that will serve sex-trafficked teenagers. ">First long-term home for teenage sex-trafficked survivors to open in Oakland | Oakland North In a few months, Leah Kimble-Price will open the house she has been planning with her team—a home in Oakland that will serve sex-trafficked teenagers.

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In a few months, Leah Kimble-Price will open the house she has been planning with her team—a home in Oakland that will serve sex-trafficked teenagers.
First long-term home for teenage sex-trafficked survivors to open in Oakland | Oakland North In a few months, Leah Kimble-Price will open the house she has been planning with her team—a home in Oakland that will serve sex-trafficked teenagers. " class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More