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Boy Scouts of America is making a major change to the membership requirement for the organization. On Wednesday, Oct. 11, Boy Scouts announced that they will now be accepting girls into this 100-year-old organization and are hoping that this change will assist in creating better leaders for the future. “We’ve had 105 years of supporting…

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Sex trafficking is an issue that is becoming more prevalent as the economy worsens and opportunities decrease. From girls walking the streets to hustling on social media platforms, it shows no sign of decreasing. Here are nine things you didn’t know about sex trafficking. Atlanta is the top city for sex trafficking for minors. While…

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In a sport where only 6 percent of the players are black, it’s hard not to notice the Jackie Robinson West team. The Jackie Robinson West team is an all-black team of 11- and 12-year-old boys from Chicago’s South Side. They’re the first team in 30 years from Chicago headed to the Little League World…

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Henry Carter is the Director of the AIM Program; the Atlanta Technical College Institute for Males, at Atlanta Technical College. The Institute for Males is a postsecondary preparation program for boys and men of color with the purpose of helping our young men. When was the program established and what is its purpose? We were…

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