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September 22-28, 2017, Vol. 10, Issue 39 Roxy Rudolph, left, a mentor in the LITE (Let's Innovate through Education) program, teaches Tyra Akoto, second from left, Codie Burnett and Arianna Johnson how to format an introductory email to potential employers. LITE seeks to equip African-American and Latinx students for entrepreneurial, high-wage jobs. (Memphis News/Houston Cofield) SHELBY • FAY ETTE • TIPTON • MADISON NONPROFIT SECTOR: PAGE 9 DIGEST: PAGES 2-5 RECAP: PAGE 8 REAL ESTATE: PAGE 39 EDITORIAL: PAGE 46 A Publication of The Daily News Publishing Co. | TIGERS REMAIN OUTSIDE TOP 25 Memphis more concerned with AAC wins than cracking the polls. • P. 35 POSSIBLE VENUES FOR A BIG MOVE Brooks, state's largest art museum, will seek "wow" factor if it moves. • P. 7 Emphasis: Education Memphis' independent schools set themselves apart in a variety of ways, from how they approach early childhood education to multimillion-dollar athletic facilities. • Pages 15-34 LITE Memphis growing minority entrepreneurs from the ground up P. 12 WIDENING THE PATH

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