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The first Black Power conference is held in Newark (N.J.)in 1967, with more than 1,000 delegates from 126 cities, Bermuda and Nigeria.

Today in Black America - June 17

POSTED: June 17, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Gun Rulings Open Way to Supreme Court Review

E-Mail Surveillance Renews Concerns in Congress

U.S. to Extend Its Job Benefits to Gay Partners

Democrats Work to Pare Cost of Health Care Bill

Judge Refuses to Undo Change of Control in State Senate


The Washington Post

Obama Blueprint Deepens Federal Role in Markets

PBS Blesses Old Religious Shows, But Bans the New

Obama's Health Plan Needs Spending Controls, CBO Says

Carter Decries Gaza Curbs, Asks Israel to Halt 'Abuse'

Netanyahu Feels the Heat

Clarence Darrow Meets Clarence Birdseye

Council Rejects Fenty's Anti-Gang Measure


The Christian Science Monitor

Bush-era lawyer could stand trial for penning 'torture memos'

Why Israel and Hamas are meeting with Jimmy Carter

Is the Internet cutting into family time?


Baltimore Sun

NAACP calls for charges

City officials exchange assault charges

Officials disagree on school board vetting process

Alonso says he 'made a real mistake'


Detroit Free Press

A deal could benefit prosecutors, Conyers and a scandal-weary Detroit

Monica Conyers hasn't said she'll accept plea deal in bribery probe

Suppliers say survival tied to more aid

Miracles can still happen, just have faith


Los Angeles Times

Monterey County officials knew Holocaust museum shooting suspect as a troubled man

L.A. County officials offer a novel idea to save millions

Legislative panel approves oil and tobacco taxes 

 
 

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