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November 30, 2015

Shirley Anita St. Hill (later Chisholm) is born in Brooklyn, New York on this day in 1924, and would later win election to Congress.

Today in Black America - Aug. 4

POSTED: August 04, 2009, 12:00 am

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Income Loss Persists Long After Layoffs

Obama Renews Vow of No Middle-Class Tax Increase

Politics’ Hand in Message to Burress

N.Y. Test Scores Are Up, but Criticism Continues

Naomi Sims, 61, Pioneering Cover Girl, Is Dead

Anger Has Its Place

Innocence Is No Defense

The Christian Science Monitor

Read their lips: Mixed signals from Obama team on taxes

Three senators hold healthcare reform in their hands

Should CNN attack its own anchor over ‘birther’ flap?

Baltimore Sun

Latest indictments of Dixon, Paterakis deliver blow to Baltimore's pride

Solid test scores offer city neighborhoods a toehold on stability

The Washington Post

Bank of America Pays $33 Million to Settle Merrill Bonus Charges

Cash for Clunkers Deal Drives Auto Sales

Panel Won't Meet Again On Va. Tech Massacre

Top Cybersecurity Aide At White House Resigns

The GOP's Extremist Dilemma

Los Angeles Times

Michael Jackson's mother given custody of children

TARP case leads to search of bank, lender's Florida offices

Youths confront parents' financial woes in painful ways

Nevada justices cool to O.J. Simpson's request for bail

Detroit Free Press

Group of young workers tends Detroit's natural spaces

3 key senators switch positions, now support $2B more for clunker program

GM buyout offers fall short of goal; layoffs loom

Colon cancer’s racial divide

New HIV strain discovered in woman from Cameroon

 Chicago Tribune
`Natural-born' -- The most un-American section of the Constitution

Harry Porterfield returning to WBBM

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