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Congressman Mickey Leland, a fierce advocate for the poor, was born in 1944 in Lubbock, Texas.

Today in Black America - July 13

POSTED: July 13, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

G.O.P. Senators Are Set to Question Judge’s Impartiality

Obama Faces a New Push to Look Back

President Urges Public Patience on Economy

Obama Delivers Call for Change to a Rapt Africa

For Goldman, a Swift Return to Lofty Profits

Job Losses Show Wider Racial Gap in New York

Borrowers Bled Dry



The Washington Post

Hearings Not Just About Sotomayor


The Real Court Radicals


States Seek Less Costly Substitutes For Prison


GOP Leaving 'No Child' Behind


Rebuilding Something Better

Fenty's Missteps Will Follow Him All the Way To Election Day


A Critical Situation For Area Hospitals



The Christian Science Monitor

Africans reflect on Obama's 'tough love' message

100 years on, the NAACP notes its accomplishments and challenges

Civil rights group warns of neo-Nazis in the US military

A short Senate tenure for Illinois’s Burris


Baltimore Sun

Shot girl's neighborhood among worst off

Child's story sad, too familiar


Los Angeles Times

Republican pundits open fire on Sarah Palin

Anglican and Roman Catholic leaders say the market is lacking morals

Concern grows that healthcare overhaul won't cut costs

Clamor grows over CIA secrets


Detroit Free Press

Pontiac sees promise with new school leader

Expand potential of community colleges

Mayor Bing will induct Lions executive into Grambling Legends Sports Hall of Fame


Atlanta Journal Constitution

France shows “solidarity” with death row inmate Troy Davis

Millions in aid to go unused?


Chicago Tribune

Burr Oak Cemetery: Relatives of 7,000 people buried in site near Alsip seek information on grave sites

Man held in soldier's killing in Harvey

Englewood violence limits summer for children

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