A Passion For Helping Youths
January 3, 2004, The Baltimore Sun 
 

David Miller walks into the classroom and gets right to it, writing several words on the board that he says "challenge" young males, among them pistol and prison.  Read the full story…  

 
Generations Bred In Despair
May 19, 2004, The Baltimore Sun  

Long before Sierra Swann was charged, along with Nathaniel Broadway, with murdering her month-old twin girls last week, she lived with her mother, five siblings and her mother's boyfriend in a one-bedroom apartment that lacked electricity.   Read the full story… 

 
Challenge Of Rebuilding Dormant Golf Program Appeals To Springs
March 18, 2010, The Charlotte Post

SALISBURY – Andre Springs envisions a time when Livingstone College’s newly formed golf team wins the CIAA championship. And while it sounds like a lofty goal, don’t be surprised if Springs has his way.   Read the full story…  

 
NAACP To Sue For Lead Paint Poisoning
July 09, 2001, The Baltimore Sun 

NEW ORLEANS - NAACP President Kweisi Mfume is expected to announce a plan tomorrow to sue the lead paint industry as well as cities and states that fail to abide by federal and state regulations.   Read the full story…  

 
 A Little Family Competition: It All Makes For A Night Of Fun, Fellowship And Love  
 August 01, 2010, The Times-News  

Earlier this month, my siblings and I got together at our parents’ house in Burlington to relive our childhoods, sort of. What we actually did was compete against each other in some of the games we played as children:   Read the full story… 

 

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