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Booker T. Washington delivers his "Atlanta Compromise" speech at the Atlanta Cotton Exposition in 1895.

Today in Black America - July 29

POSTED: July 29, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Senate Panel Endorses Sotomayor

Slide in Home Prices Is Slowing Down

Police Search Home of Jackson’s Doctor

South Africa Begins New Effort to Fight TB

Wronged Juveniles May Lose Right to Sue

Facebook Postings Prompt Quick Exit of a City Politician’s Aide

12 and in Prison


The Washington Post

Elections Have Consequences. So Do Confirmation Votes.

Banks Asked to Ramp Up Loan Help

Pique And the Professor

President Gets Personal at Forum On Health Care

Victims' Families Push to Reconvene Va. Tech Review Panel

13 Schools In District to Offer Specialty Programs


The Christian Science Monitor

At picnic, Obama will be serving beer for a reason

Gates case: What's race got to do with it?

Obama will close Gitmo on time, officials say

An exit strategy for Obama in Afghanistan

Shelling in Somali capital takes fresh toll


Baltimore Sun

New charges in city bribery investigation

Infant mortality rate significantly higher in Md., report claims

A reminder for blacks: Too often, we still all look alike

18 shootings stem largely from drug feud, police say


Detroit Free Press

Kilpatrick women, come out now or be found out later

Council approves Bing pay cuts

Redesign firms for Detroit schools get mixed grades

Study finds lower earners use credit as safety net


Los Angeles Times

Schwarzenegger cuts $500 million more as he signs budget

House panel endorses bill giving shareholders more input on executive pay

White House, Hawaii again try to deal with questions about Obama's birth



 
 
 
 

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