Bring That Week Back: Jet Magazine Releases Final Print Issue

Gay man attacked at pride parade in Detroit, plus more.

Jet Magazine’s Final Print Issue Hits Newsstands Monday - Gay man attacked at pride parade in Detroit; teen is denied diploma after stripping at his graduation; plus more. — Natelege Whaley (@Natelege_)   An era has ended for African-American publication Jet. The 63-year-old magazine founded by John H. Johnson released its final printed issue on newsstands Monday June 9 as it makes its transition to the digital format. The first digital release is scheduled for June 30.     (Photo: Jet Magazine, June 2014)

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Jet Magazine’s Final Print Issue Hits Newsstands Monday - Gay man attacked at pride parade in Detroit; teen is denied diploma after stripping at his graduation; plus more. — Natelege Whaley (@Natelege_) An era has ended for African-American publication Jet. The 63-year-old magazine founded by John H. Johnson released its final printed issue on newsstands Monday June 9 as it makes its transition to the digital format. The first digital release is scheduled for June 30.    (Photo: Jet Magazine, June 2014)

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Gay Man's Beating Caught On Tape - Christin Howard, 20, was beat and left with a bloody eye, cuts and a broken finger during a gay pride festival in Detroit, this past weekend and the assault was caught on camera. The man was taking a photo with a friend, when another group of men began attacking him and yelling anti-gay slurs at him. Howard said to WXYZ, ?I thought they were going to kill me.?   (Photo: WXYZ-TV via ABC)

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Gay Man's Beating Caught On Tape - Christin Howard, 20, was beat and left with a bloody eye, cuts and a broken finger during a gay pride festival in Detroit, this past weekend and the assault was caught on camera. The man was taking a photo with a friend, when another group of men began attacking him and yelling anti-gay slurs at him. Howard said to WXYZ, “I thought they were going to kill me.” (Photo: WXYZ-TV via ABC)

Teen Strips at Graduation, Denied Diploma - Quinton Murphy walked to the middle of the stage when his name was called at his graduation ceremony and stripped of his graduation gown. A video of the prank showed the audience gasp and laugh in response. But adminstrators at Jack Britt High School in Fayetteville, North Carolina, didn't find it funny. The senior will not receive his diploma, although his transcript will show that he is a graduate. (Photo: Daniel Camps via Twitter)

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Teen Strips at Graduation, Denied Diploma - Quinton Murphy walked to the middle of the stage when his name was called at his graduation ceremony and stripped of his graduation gown. A video of the prank showed the audience gasp and laugh in response. But adminstrators at Jack Britt High School in Fayetteville, North Carolina, didn't find it funny. The senior will not receive his diploma, although his transcript will show that he is a graduate. (Photo: Daniel Camps via Twitter)

New Orleans Woman Has Unusual Funeral - Miriam Burbank's funeral was not your normal homegoing funeral. At her request, her daughters sat Burbank's corpse at a table with a cigarette and a can of beer for her to attend her last party. Funeral directors at Charbonnet Funeral Home in New Orleans came up with the idea.   (Photo: ABC News/WGNO)

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New Orleans Woman Has Unusual Funeral - Miriam Burbank's funeral was not your normal homegoing funeral. At her request, her daughters sat Burbank's corpse at a table with a cigarette and a can of beer for her to attend her last party. Funeral directors at Charbonnet Funeral Home in New Orleans came up with the idea.  (Photo: ABC News/WGNO)

Taking Care of Business - On Aug. 6, Rep. Gregory Meeks and members of the Congressional Black Caucus Africa Taskforce will host ?A Dialogue With African CEOs,? which will include panel discussions and networking with African business and political leaders, U.S. private sector representatives and congressional lawmakers.  (Photo: AfricaImages/Getty Images)

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Drivers Less Likely to Stop for Black Pedestrians Than White - Crossing the street while Black means you have to look twice. Drivers are less willing to stop for African-American pedestrians than white pedestrians, according to a study by the Portland State University-based Oregon Transportation Research. Blacks waited 32 percent longer to cross than whites.  (Photo: AfricaImages/Getty Images)

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Two Texas A&M Players Killed in Car Crash - Aubree Butts, 19, and La?Tisha Hearne, 21, two students of Texas A&M-Commerce, were honored by their university Wednesday after they died in a car crash Tuesday. Flags were flown half-staff for the two women who were members of the women?s basketball team.     (Photo: KXII NEWS12 via CBS)

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Two Texas A&M Players Killed in Car Crash - Aubree Butts, 19, and La’Tisha Hearne, 21, two students of Texas A&M-Commerce, were honored by their university Wednesday after they died in a car crash Tuesday. Flags were flown half-staff for the two women who were members of the women’s basketball team.  (Photo: KXII NEWS12 via CBS)

United Negro College Fund Receives $25 Million From the Koch Brothers - The billionaire Koch Brothers have donated a $25 million grant to the United Negro College Fund, the organization said Friday. The money will go toward supporting a scholarship program for historically Black colleges and universities. "Increasing well-being by helping people improve their lives has long been our focus," Charles Koch said in a statement.   (Photo: AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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United Negro College Fund Receives $25 Million From the Koch Brothers - The billionaire Koch Brothers have donated a $25 million grant to the United Negro College Fund, the organization said Friday. The money will go toward supporting a scholarship program for historically Black colleges and universities. "Increasing well-being by helping people improve their lives has long been our focus," Charles Koch said in a statement. (Photo: AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

I Woke Up Like Dis  - Graduation and prom season are upon us, and that means three things: super-cute outfits, popped hair, and lots of pictures. You?ve probably already perfected your selfie technique, but these tips will make you a standout in every photo you take. By Kenrya Rankin Naasel  (Photo: Pamela Moore/Getty Images)

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Half of Recent College Grads Still Need Parents' Money - Half of adults who started college during the “boom period” and graduated after the economy fell apart are relying on their parents for help financially — whether every expense or help from time to time. A new study by the University of Arizona tracked students who entered college in 2007 and five years after.  (Photo: Pamela Moore/Getty Images)

Man Released in Error, Sent Back to Prison for Life - Rene Lima-Marin of Aurora, Colorado, served 10 years in prison for multiple robbery, kidnapping and burglary charges and was released in 2008. He started a family and bought a house. He was living a happy life until a judge sent him back to finish a 98-year sentence. ?I don?t deserve 98 years. I deserve the time that I did,? he said in a recent interview. (Photo: KDVR31 Denver News via FOX)

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Man Released in Error, Sent Back to Prison for Life - Rene Lima-Marin of Aurora, Colorado, served 10 years in prison for multiple robbery, kidnapping and burglary charges and was released in 2008. He started a family and bought a house. He was living a happy life until a judge sent him back to finish a 98-year sentence. “I don’t deserve 98 years. I deserve the time that I did,” he said in a recent interview. (Photo: KDVR31 Denver News via FOX)

Police Find Drugs in Man?s Belly Button - Randall Streeter of Greenville, North Carolina, wanted to hide his drugs by any means necessary from the police. He hid pills in his navel, in addition to 40 bags of heroin and crack cocaine that was found on him. In total, 340 bags of heroin were seized.       (Photo: Greenville Police Department)

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Police Find Drugs in Man’s Belly Button - Randall Streeter of Greenville, North Carolina, wanted to hide his drugs by any means necessary from the police. He hid pills in his navel, in addition to 40 bags of heroin and crack cocaine that was found on him. In total, 340 bags of heroin were seized.    (Photo: Greenville Police Department)