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Whitney Young

Whitney Moore Young Jr. (July 31, 1921 – March 11, 1971) was an American civil rights leader.

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Marcus Jordan - High School
... Marcus then transferred to Whitney Young High School in Chicago for his junior and senior seasons ... On March 22, 2009, he led the Whitney Young Dolphins to the Illinois State 4A Championship title ... Jordan scored a game-high 19 points leading Whitney Young to a 69-66 victory over Waukegan ...
Long School - Whitney Young
... When Civil Rights Movement leader Whitney Young arrived in Omaha in 1950, Omaha Public Schools employed twelve Black educators ... These educators, including several from Long School, quickly taught Young about schools in Omaha ... Eugene Skinner, the school's principal, invited Young to speak at the commencement that year ...
Whitney Young Middle School - Extracurricular Activities - Other
... Whitney Young also offers Special Olympics track, basketball and bowling for students in special education classes ... On February 11, 2010 and February 10, 2011 Whitney Young boys' high-school basketball team lost the championship game against Ginn Academy at John Adams ... March 4, 2010 Whitney Young girls' high-school basketball team lose the championship game against Cleveland School of the Arts at John F ...
Whitney Young Middle School - History - Cleveland Schools Transformation Plan 2010
... Plan that was announced on Tuesday, January 5, 2010 categorized Whitney Young as a Growth School ... School, which is less than two miles from Whitney Young ... grades 2-8 labeled gifted will be sent to Whitney Young effective the 2010-2011 school year ...
Whitney Young, Yonkers
... Whitney Young is a neighborhood in the Southwestern City of Yonkers, New York ... Willie Young is a neighborhood in the City of Yonkers, New York ... Whitney Young's main street of the section is Nepperhan Avenue ...

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