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Today in Black America - July 27

POSTED: July 27, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Reach of Subsidies Is Critical Issue for Health Plan

2 Cambridge Worlds Collide in an Unlikely Meeting

A Presidential Pitfall: Speaking One’s Mind

Site for Blacks Attracts Slurs After Arrest of Professor

As Charter Schools Unionize, Many Debate Effect

Among Democrats, Fear That Paterson Campaign Lacks Strategy and Fiscal Control

In New Jersey, Ideal Conditions for Corruption

A Lot Said, and Unsaid, About Race

The Christian Science Monitor

How Cambridge police stared down a president

Gates, race, and 'driving while black'

The Washington Post

Pelosi Vows Passage of Health-Care Overhaul

Neighborhoods Key to Future Income, Study Finds

Interrogations and Prosecution

After Arrest, Cambridge Reflects on Racial Rift

After Arrest, Cambridge Reflects on Racial Rift

Policing With a Personal Touch

Detroit Free Press

Distrust of government blunts Obama’s pursuit of new programs

Palin steps down, her plans a mystery

Los Angeles Times

Swine flu goes to camp. Will it go to school next?

Ben Bernanke says Fed didn't act quickly enough to stop reckless mortgage lending

Betty Allen dies at 82; mezzo-soprano and music teacher

Baltimore Sun

Racial disparity of breast cancer deaths baffles researchers

Studies affirm lifestyle and heart health link

Racist words sprayed on walls of Brooklyn Park salon

Child, pregnant woman among 12 shot in East Baltimore


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