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Top apprentice is Robeson winner

Local group sees Pinkett as role model

By Glenn Yoder
Globe Correspondent / April 16, 2006

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When 10 men formed the group Concerned Black Men of Massachusetts in 1989 to combat local crime and violence, they huddled together to determine what type of young person they wanted to mold. They thought about historical figures that embodied the characteristics their program would focus on: having high goals and concern for the community, and excelling at a high ... (Full article: 624 words)

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