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Richmond Violence Goes to Church

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Audio, Donny Lumpkins and the YO! Radio Crew Posted: Feb 19, 2010

This week on YO!Radio -- Utah senator considers tossing the 12th grade, teen arrested in drunken carjacking, and FaceBook rants fall under protected speech. PLUS: The YO!Radio roundtable discuss the shooting at a Richmond Church, a Tenderloin school's new 'neighbor' and Jay-Z's take on the new remake of We Are the World. Malcolm Marshall is a producer, Donny Lumpkins and Alicia Marie are content producers for YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia.






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