The Register, 2005-09-28
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tainment experience some of the finest enter the caucus allows those in atten dance to network support black owned businesses job search and it is also a time when people are able to talk with elected officials and question them about congres sional issues that affect the black order to implement changes wished to be seen in black communities assemble and address issues in african americans it allows politi cal leaders scholars organizations and the politically-conscious to the cbc is one of the most sig nificant annual gatherings for universities owens said dillard xavier and southern today criminal justice system andthe social and psychological effects of slavery on african americans the agenda included examining the role the u.s government has played in handling the aftermath of hurricane katrina rebuild a school system that could serve as a model for inner-city edu congressional black caucus cbc education braintrust said out of the tragedy of new orleans per haps we should dare to try to congressman major r owens the chairperson for the submitted photo students and faculty prayed for the people affected by hurricane katrina on sept 7 by michele matthews contributor provost and the division of aca demic affairs proposed a challenge members of the office of the haps raise more money for victims office of the provost decided to find out if the other department on campus could equal the pro ceeds that they collected or per money as they could as a single division of the university then the she said they collected as much a&t we care initially we knew we had people that were students here and also ' people that work here whose fami lies were affected cobb said the provost came in one day and said that we should collect some money to support and show that here at have imagined ting the rest of the people on the campus involved thus their small effort ballooned into a project that was much bigger than they could photo by mike mccray new board scores see page 3 after pooling their money within the office workers in the unit agreed that more help could be generated for the survivors by get according to april cobb the secretary for the provost the 30-per son unit initially set out to pool their funds and pledge them to the news 2-american red cross upon hearing about the damage sustained by the gulf coast as a result of hurricane katrina provost carolyn meyers rallied her staff and colleagues to donate to the relief effort members of the office of the provost and the division of academ ic affairs answered the nation's call to help katrina survivors and issued a challenge to other faculty and staff to do the same telethon provost jumpstarts aid for gulf coast sea agge8 care page 2 n.c nation observe breast cancer awareness month less aggressive cancer than younger by candra whitley contributor breast cancer facts 1 men as well as women can have breast cancer 2 more than 90 percent of breast cancers are now diagnosed at local ed and regional stages for which five-year survival rates are 97 percent id 79 percent respectively 3 breast cancer risk increases with age and every woman is at risk 4 more than 1.7 million women who have had breast cancer are still ive in the united states source womenshealth.about.com ease in its earliest stages through screening mammography clinical breast examination and breast self women for more than two decades the national breast cancer awareness month has educated women about the importance of detecting the dis death lung cancer is first an esti mated 215,900 new cases of breast cancer are discovered nationwide the american cancer society says that breast cancer is the no 1 cancer diagnosis in women and the second leading cause of cancer every 12 minutes a woman in america dies of breast cancer much more aggressive disease in erogeneous disease meaning that it is a different disease in different women a different disease in differ ent age groups and has different cell populations within the tumor itself generally breast cancer is a breast cancer is considered a het invasive breast cancer will be diag nosed this year and 43,300 patients will die from the disease see ganger page 2 according to the north carolina center for health statistics one in white women to survive five years within the initial diagnosis breast cancer are less likely than black women under the age of 40 have a slightly higher incidence rate than white women and they also are more likely to die from an advanced stage of the cancer than other races black women with the most important thing is to check yourself regularly...doing that will ensure that you keep in good health boone said every year the american cancer society estimates that 211,000 new cases of this disease nation is one of three main factors that can help in the prevention of sherry boone public affairs administrator for the local breast cancer center said that self exami examination autopsy studies show that 2 per cent of the population has undiag nosed breast cancer at the time of death older women typically have younger women inside profile meac player of the year jeremy jones campus news national news arts & entertainment sports rapper works with a&t producer greensboro nc 27411 newsroom 336 334-7700 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org 2005 the a&t register box e-25 1601 e market st american marketing association holds first meeting of year rita's death toll lower than katrina sports campus news hbcu news world/national news entertainment 9 features business editorial today mostly sunny high 79Â°f low 63Â°f the 4 www.noaa.gov see page 8 miss yirginia aggie crowned at pageant t regis black political leaders gather in capital september 28,2005 by porlan cunningham contributor munity see caucus page 2 issues it also seeks to act as a cata lyst to empower the black commu objective is to address important though the cbc's primary ment positive change currently there are 43 members in the cbc the caucus seeks to be the strong influence in congress that will work on behalf to imple washington d.c to recruit the best and brightest in the black com agencies and fortune 500 comf nies such as dell coca-cola pfizer and radioone traveld to representatives from government as a part of the conference,the diversity job fair was held brand aid in maximizing a personal entiate themselves from its competi tors it emphasized key principles to a workshop titled me inc which included special guest pan elist omarosa of the apprentice focused on helping future leaders establish a personal brand to differ some of the nation's top black political leaders joined together to discuss vital issues that affect the black community various sessions were held on topics such as unem ployment racial disparities in the the event took place at the washington convention center in downtown washington d.c from sept 21-24 tainment were some of the things experienced at the 35th annual legislative conference hosted by the congressional black caucus foundation inc working empowerment and enter enlightenment opportunity net the series which included differ ent leadership development ses sions gave attendees the keys to unlock inner leadership abilities young leaders possess during the conference an emerging leaders empowerment series was designed to create future leaders it sought to extract the underlying leadership abilities that nity cation this must include the restora tion of three african american higher education institutions community in the inclusion over exclusion in higher education forum rep owens said when one considers the fact that of more than 4000 col leges and universities in america founded by elected representa tives and six incumbent african american representatives the cbc has strived to be in the forefront of african american issues as well as civil and human rights issues community since its inception in 1969 the cbc's main objective has been to positively influence the course of events that pertain to the black only 134 are predomiftately black institutions we have a sacred duty to do everything possible to assist them all
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