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September 21, 2013

Kwame Nkrumah, Pan-Africanist and the first President of Ghana, was born in 1909 in what was then the Gold Coast (Ghana).

Today in Black America - August 10

POSTED: August 10, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

With Cable, Laying a Basis for Growth in Africa

Mentally Ill Offenders Strain Juvenile System

U.S. to Hunt Down Afghan Drug Lords Tied to Taliban

The Mayor and the Myths: A Case of Political Survival

Nostalgic Trip Home for a Hip-Hop Icon

Averting the Worst


The Washington Post

Preparing for Swine Flu's Return


Capital One Copes as Clients Kick Habits

Expanding Preventive Care May Add to Costs, CBO Says

Taking Heat in the Driver's Seat


Baltimore Sun

No ivory tower for dean


The Christian Science Monitor

Clinton’s stop in South Africa is a fence-mending occasion

Unemployment wild card: the 577,000 who gave up job hunts

Sotomayor is sworn in, but the politics are far from over

Senate’s ‘Gang of Six’ key to healthcare reform


Detroit Free Press

Cocaine deal led to Justin Feagin's fall at U-M

7-cent mistake costs a lot more

By the numbers: Obesity on the rise in metro Detroit, Michigan



Los Angeles Times

Obama's grass-roots network is put to the test

Ethiopian Israeli filmmaker pulls no punches

Sorting out claims about healthcare legislation


Bratton says successor's biggest hurdles will be budget, gangs


Chicago Tribune

Chicago students survive homelessness, move on to college

 
 
 
 
 

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