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Pioneering psychologist Kenneth Bancroft Clark was born in 1914, and would go on to play a prominent role in the struggle for civil rights.

Today in Black America - June 19

POSTED: June 19, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Democrats Scramble to Cut Costs From Health Plan

On Health Care, Obama Tries to Seize the Moment


Justices Reject Inmate Right to DNA Tests

In New York, Sotomayor Put Focus on the Poor

City’s Unemployment Rate Climbs to 9%; 361,000 Are Jobless, Highest Since 1993

Unparalleled and Denied



The Christian Science Monitor

What impact will Supreme Court decision on DNA evidence have?

Congress to Geithner: Will bank watchdogs have enough teeth?

US mortgage rates fall. How big a boon for housing?


US guns feed Mexican drug violence, says report

US guns in Mexico: Will new data help change law?


The Baltimore Sun

'Trojan Horse' strategy clears murder case

Give this team a hand


The Washington Post

Lawmakers Balk As Administration Tries to Redefine Central Bank's Role

Senate Backs Apology for Slavery

Obama Initiatives Hit Speed Bumps On Capitol Hill

Judge Questions Justice Dept. Effort to Keep Cheney Remarks Secret

Six Indicted as Gang Members in Killing of Md. Teen


Detroit Free Press

Detroit diverts DPS cash for bills

Riddle: No deal as long as friend is a target, too

Conyers must go, council candidate says



Chicago Sun-Times

Legendary CBS journalist Walter Cronkite reportedly gravely ill

Forrest Claypool takes himself out of running to unseat County Board President Todd Stroger, but Sheriff Tom Dart might run


Los Angeles Times

Cochran School grads making the most of private-school scholarships

Goal of foundation's grants is integrating immigrants into Southern California life






 
 
 

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