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October 08, 2015

Civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Louis Jackson, Sr., head of Rainbow/PUSH was born in Greenville, South Carolina in 1941.

Today in Black America - July 3

POSTED: July 03, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

U.S. Shifts Strategy on Illicit Work by Immigrants

Black Member Tests Message of Masons in Georgia Lodges

Revisions to Health Bill Are Unveiled by Democrats

For Hispanic Firefighter in New Haven Bias Suit, Awkward Position but Firm Resolve

Formerly Reticent, a Brooklyn Democrat Finds a Voice as a Leader in the Senate

Senators at an Impasse Find That Their State Pay Is at an Impasse, Too

More Jobs Lost

The Washington Post

Hard Line on Inmate Cellphones

Marines Meet Little Resistance in Afghan Push

New White House Office to Redefine What Urban Policy Encompasses

Naval Academy Professor Challenges Rising Diversity

Gates of Love Open at St. Peter's Church

Missteps in Crash's Aftermath Dull Fenty's Luster

Baltimore Sun

Dixon and residents ask why after girl, 5, is critically wounded on Baltimore street

City can proceed with Wells Fargo lawsuit

Ex-official lists alleged abuses in Police Dept.

Giving youngsters a head start on life

The Christian Science Monitor

5 percent unemployment: still a decade away?

Americans are working fewest hours on record

A better way to create jobs

Complaints arise about White House kibitzing in key Senate primaries

Detroit Free Press

Opponents of plan for a new GM are painted as too risky

State is expected to lose 310,700 jobs this year

Detroit gets apologies but little remorse

Los Angeles Times

Jackson memorial planned for Tuesday at Staples Center

California sends out IOUs


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