today in black history

November 30, 2015

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 - May 7

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The New York Times

Rangel Bars Any Taxes on Workers’ Health Care

For Small Employers, Shedding Workers and Tears

Jackson Mayor Dies After Losing Primary

The Torture Debate: The Missing Voices

The Washington Post

The Life of His Party

N.Y. Federal Judge Likely on Shortlist

Obama Offers D.C. Voucher Compromise

Major Banks Receiving Federal Aid Backed Subprime Lenders, Report Says

Stress Test Finds Strength in Banks

The Christian Science Monitor

Trapped in TARP? Banks eager to exit the US bailout program find it’s not so easy.

Dubai's glitz lost in grim life

The Obama doctrine: Charm enemies, arm-twist friends

Baltimore Sun

Couple found guilty of murdering drug dealer

Raid on wrong house frustrates Baltimore couple

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Ga. Tech shooting victim stable; police say GSU attack related

Detroit Free Press

Conyers gears up for a fight over control of Detroit City Council

Bing: 'I'm ready to go to work' for Detroit

Bing drew more undecided voters

Obama wants to cut or end 121 programs

Boston Globe

Patrick seeks to toughen gun laws

Globe union faces cuts, furloughs

Better sense in sentencing



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