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Today in Black America - March 27

POSTED: March 27, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Missouri System Treats Juvenile Offenders With Lighter Hand

Clean Slates for Youths Sentenced Fraudulently


Obama Makes History in Live Internet Video Chat

John Hope Franklin


The Washington Post

Democrats Agree on Budget Outline

Drugs, Guns and a Reality Check

Barry’s Debt to IRS Exceeds $277,000, Prosecutors Say

Pr. George’s Board To Close 8 Schools, Alter Several Others


The Christian Science Monitor

States rebel against Washington

Rev up the small-business engine


Baltimore Sun

New details in City Hall corruption case revealed in court

Cummings aims to beef up witness protection

House approves death penalty restrictions


Chicago Tribune

Chicago schools report: Group wants officials to improve communication with parents

Most corrupt state: Louisiana ranked more corrupt than Illinois


Boston Globe

A question of failure

Planting the seeds of a revolution


Atlanta Journal Constitution

National Black Arts Festival leader resigns

Atlanta unemployment doubles in one year


Detroit Free Press

Plants said she allowed 3 witnesses to lie

Kilpatrick pays off $22,000 a week early

Real Men Read Day draws male role models to school


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