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Two young Black couples are viciously lynched by a mob in 1946 in an incident known as the "Monroe Massacre" in rural Georgia.

Today in Black America - April 20

POSTED: April 20, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Waterboarding Used 266 Times on 2 Suspects

U.N. Racism Conference Opens Without the U.S.

Obama’s Revenue Plans Hit Resistance in Congress

Cable Wars Are Killing Objectivity

A Real Problem, Here


The Washington Post

What Was the Civil War Really About?

Who Will Face Down the Gun Lobby?

Emanuel Rejects Trial for Memos' Authors

Study Finds Some Youths 'Addicted' to Video Games


The Christian Science Monitor

Chummy Obama, Chávez mark ’spirit of cooperation’ at summit

Nelson Mandela boosts Zuma at final ANC campaign rally

Obama torture policies slammed by critics on both sides

Why the US will boycott global racism conference


Baltimore Sun

A Maryland pioneer

Key evidence in Harris killing might be excluded

Family mourns troubled teen


Detroit Free Press

Tired of pundits, Chrysler workers want to tell their side

Dismal schools face state takeover Michigan public education

Anniversaries of Columbine, bombing met with resilience


Los Angeles Times

Getting to know the Obamas, on their terms

George McGovern urges pullout from Iraq this year

New Orleans' rich history of mixing races


Chicago Tribune

Katrina negligence case goes to trial

Sunset candlelight vigil honors 13 Columbine victims on eve of massacre's 10th anniversary

Race goals easier, not better



 
 
 

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