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Black Fraternities Aim to Motivate College Bound Youth

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Audio, Jazmyne Young and the YO!Radio Crew Posted: Aug 08, 2009

This week on YO!Radio -- death threats force Professor Henry Louis Gates to consider moving, new ad campaign promotes adoption of black youth, and LA Frat games aim to inspire young African Americans. PLUS: A day in the life of one young man living on his own in today's society. Jazmyne Young is a content producer andChris Tamaru, 18, is an intern with YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia andThe Beat Within.

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