Noirie, who was said to have been assaulted by students at the high school at least three times this semester, spent three days in jail after she was arrested.
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The deadly shooting of an African American man by a white police officer this summer in South Bend, Indiana, highlighted Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s struggle to win black support for his presidential campaign.
Black Hollywood Education and Resource Center hosts 1,000 high school students for “Harriet” screening
On November 22, 2019, students from Dorsey High School exchanged their classrooms for the Cinemark Baldwin Hills Theater to attend a special screening hosted by the Black Hollywood Education and Resource Center (BHERC) of the groundbreaking film, Harriet (Focus Features) — the screening tying into their Social Studies and History curricula.
Melania Trump was greeted by some boos Tuesday when she spoke at a youth summit in Baltimore.
Westview Medical Center Provides Generous Donation to Teach Not Punish (TNP) Family Resource Center to Support Students with Behavioral Challenges
Black Women Entrepreneurs to Purchase Fashion Fair Beauty Line From Johnson Publishing For $1.85 Million
Desirée Glapion Rogers and her business partner, Cheryl Mayberry McKissack will purchase the iconic Fashion Fair beauty line from Johnson Publishing Company.
“I am complicit in this evil system of continually failing children of color, and quite frankly, the only thing I know to do is quit.”