today in black history

November 30, 2014

Shirley Anita St. Hill (later Chisholm) is born in Brooklyn, New York on this day in 1924, and would later win election to Congress.

Today in Black America - April 17

POSTED: April 17, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Interrogation Memos Detail Harsh Tactics by the C.I.A.

Obama Adviser Said to Be Tied to Pension Deal

Rise in Arrests of Los Angeles Deputies on Alcohol-Related Charges

After the Bank Failure Comes the Debt Collector

The Washington Post

Impoverished Haiti Slips Further as Remittances Dry Up

Banks Rush to Repay U.S. Funds, but Cling To Other Lifelines

Mad as Hell at Teatime

Inmates, Md. Prison Guards Face Drug Smuggling Case

Local, State Agencies Lack Resources to Ensure Food Safety

The Christian Science Monitor

High-speed rail: Can it work in the US?

Los Angeles Times

Man agrees to guilty plea in Oakland journalist’s killing

Ujima Village, a onetime urban oasis, closes down

Baltimore Sun

Indictments reveal prison crime world

Prosecutor defends Dixon case

Jury begins deliberations in witness slaying trial

San Francisco Chronicle

Handyman's chilling account of killing editor

Report warns of Africa drought catastrophe

Chicago Tribune

Stroger cousin resigns from top county post

Lyons tape: Village still reels over officials' racist and sexist tape

Detroit Free Press

Detroiters left waiting in the dark

Prosecutor reviewing compensation of Highland Park's manager

Delphi must act fast on GM deal

Philadelphia Inquirer

Editorial: Home-grown help

Economy hampers Habitat for Humanity

"Ace Capone" Coles gets life-plus-55


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