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Journalist and civil rights leader, Roy Wilkins, who served as the executive director of the NAACP, was born in 1901 in St. Paul, MN.

Today in Black America - March 20

POSTED: March 20, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

13 Firms That Received Bailout Money Owe Back Taxes

Many in Government Knew Weeks Ago About A.I.G. Bonuses

Auto Parts Suppliers May Get Aid

City’s Public Hospital System to Cut Jobs and Programs


Washington Post

In New Dilemma, Banks Cite Two Paths to Disaster

Congress Moves to Slap Heavy Tax on Bonuses

Fenty Says Bite the Bullet on Vote Bill


The Christian Science Monitor

Obama gets mixed reviews on government ‘openness’

The rise in teen moms


Los Angeles Times

Obama administration launches mortgage aid website


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Black candidate wants to solve crime with ‘noose’

GOP-led House defeats resolution honoring Obama


Boston Globe

Many more view for far fewer jobs

$60m project will fund HIV-TB link


Detroit Free Press

Wal-Mart to give hourly workers $2 billion extra after sales soar

Detroit’s jobless rate hits 26-year high at 22.2%


USA Today

Jobless rate at 11.2% for veterans of Iraq, Afghanistan


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