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Today in Black America - March 11

POSTED: March 11, 2009, 12:05 pm

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The New York Times

Michelle Obama’s Agenda Includes Healthful Eating

Living in Motels, the Hidden Homeless

Hurdles to Voting Persisted in 2008

Schools Try Separating Boys From Girls


The Christian Science Monitor

Millions of Darfuris at greater risk with aid groups' removal

Democrats battle bailout fatigue

Doing time – outside prison

The emerging Obama doctrine


The Washington Post

Obama Pitches Strategy to Improve Teaching Corps, Overhaul U.S. Education

Zimbabwe's Tsvangirai Says Car Crash Was Accidental

Congress votes to ease Cuba travel restrictions

Metro to Dulles Gets Formal Federal Backing


Baltimore Sun

Black graduation gap grows at Maryland universities

Baltimore schools head proposes closings, mergers and layoffs

Dixon wants stimulus funds to focus on creating city jobs

NAACP chief lauds role of activist young, elderly


The Detroit Free Press

Kilpatrick strapped with strict rules to repay Detroit

Kilpatrick sues SkyTel over text messages

Bing made false claims on college degrees


Los Angeles Times

Cities plan to swap stimulus funds


Boston Globe

Top Children’s physician collapses, dies in New York


The (S.C.) State

Sanford wants stimulus only on his terms

Sanford rides stimulus attacks onto political radar screen


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