TITLE

Planning for Our Own Success

PUB. DATE
May 2015
SOURCE
Skanner (Seattle, WA & Portland, OR Combined Edition);5/13/2015, Vol. 37 Issue 32, p2
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In this article, the author talks about fighting for justice of African Americans including treating each other equally before expecting from others, planning growth and development of the Blacks and affect of Hip Hop Dilemma, a traumatizing experience, on the performance of police.
ACCESSION #
103061630

 

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