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Jazz saxophonist and bebop stylist Charlie "Bird" Parker was born in Kansas City, Kansas in 1920, becoming a trend setter in the industry.

Today in Black America - March 24

POSTED: March 24, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

$50 Million in A.I.G. Bonuses to Be Repaid

U.S. Expands Plan to Buy Banks’ Troubled Assets

Nafta’s Promise, Unfulfilled


The Washington Post

Senate Will Delay Action on Punitive Tax on Bonuses

Census Bureau Will Try an Ad Campaign to Reach Minorities

Report Cites Planning, Crowd Size in Ticket Mess


Baltimore Sun

Council OKs Dixon proposal for 275-bed shelter


Detroit Free Press

Kilpatrick campaign fails to file report

AIG suit shouldn’t be the last of it


Boston Globe

Back in Boston, Obama’s aunt fighting deportation

Pot o’ gold, no rainbow


Chicago Tribune

Study: Workers less likely to find jobs with health insurance now than in 1990s


San Francisco Chronicle

Oakland killer had just been linked to rape

Vigil planned as Oakland police killings sink in


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