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September 18, 2012

Booker T. Washington delivers his "Atlanta Compromise" speech at the Atlanta Cotton Exposition in 1895.

Today in Black America - May 5

POSTED: May 05, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Where Home Prices Crashed Early, Signs of a Rebound

Once ‘Very Good Rent Payers’ Now Facing Eviction

Justices Agree to Take Up Sentencing for Young Offenders

Detroit to Choose Mayor, for a Few Months at Least

Jack Kemp’s Futile Quest


The Washington Post

And on the 105th Day . . .

A World Without the Globe?

Obama Targets Overseas Tax Dodge

Chrysler Gets Green Light for Federal Loan


The Christian Science Monitor

South Africa's continental footprint

Obama targets tax havens, and corporate America shudders

Life in prison for criminal teens? Supreme Court to decide.


Detroit Free Press

Detroit pension trustees travel globe as funds lose billions

Chrysler workers and sellers to feel pinch

Kilpatrick camp defends use of campaign cash

15% no solution to Detroit's problems

Detroit's special election is no mere dress rehearsal

Bing, Cockrel make final push


Baltimore Sun

Audit finds irregularities in youth program

GOP barely hangs on in Maryland

Federal jury spares contract killer's life


Los Angeles Times

Housing crunch becomes literal in Victorville

Nevada town rallies to save prison camp


Chicago Tribune

Gang blamed in teen's slaying


USA TODAY

Stimulus funds up the ante for public schools

Economic casualties pile into tent cities


 
 
 

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