Monthly Archives: February 2008

Statement By Republican Candidate Miller-Jones

1.) My qualifications for State’s Attorney and why I decided to run for the job: I have over 8 years of criminal law experience as a licensed attorney and additional experience as an intern for the Attorney Generals Office. I … Continue reading

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Will Free Speech Double Speak Stifle Healing?

My parents moved to Champaign, IL when I was a small child in the early 1970’s and they have lived here since. One of the ways in which they have managed to make this community their “home” is through following … Continue reading

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YOUTH SPEAK OUT FOR THEMSELVES AND THEIR COMMUNITY

I believe that we should help the communities more, by opening more peer mediation centers and getting young black adults involved more. Try to talk sense into kids by letting them know they’re not alone. Find out what sparks their … Continue reading

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SOLHOT: ”Know That!”

Roshauwnna Winfrey passed on Tuesday, January 22, 2008. I did not know Roshauwnna Winfrey personally. Yet when I was told she committed suicide, my soul stirred. A young person’s death whispers, reminding us that collectively we will not be as … Continue reading

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STUDENTS SPEAK OUT ON DISCRIMINATION

I think people should stop judging others by how they look. Many people are being affected by this. I know a group of people that are really being affected by this. It is Muslims that get all the bad comments … Continue reading

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YOUTH SPEAK OUT FOR SAFE PLACES TO BE

Boys and girls are left to find their own recreation and companionship in the streets. An increasing number of children are at home with no adult care or supervision. Young people need to know that someone cares about them. —Kahlil … Continue reading

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