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Led by Dr. W.E. B. Dubois, the NAACP issued a petition against racism in America to the United Nations in 1947.

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The New York Times

Obama Aides Aim to Simplify and Scale Back Health Bills


A Justice Slows His Hiring, and Some Wonder About His Future

G.O.P. May Be Vital to Obama on Afghan War

Kennedy Memoir Doesn’t Ignore Lows

Customers Angered as iPhones Overload AT&T


Report Cites Culture of Ethnic Hatred in Suffolk County

Dick Cheney’s Version

Workers in America, Cheated


The Christian Science Monitor

With speech, Obama aims to retake control of healthcare

Small business now top source of layoffs

Swine flu roundup: How are US schools, states preparing?



Baltimore Sun

Alleged drug lord Terrell Allen convicted of having bullets

Rally draws health care reform supporters to Mount Vernon

Dec. trial date is set for City Councilwoman Holton


Education dept. faulted



The Washington Post

Fed Optimistic Recovery Is Ahead -- but Unsure How Far and How Strong


Federal Government Needs Massive Hiring Binge, Study Finds

The Voice of a New Generation of Veterans

President To Flesh Out His Vision In Speech

Obama Would Keep $85 Billion in Tax Breaks for Working Poor

Fewer Post Offices Considered for Closure

Museum Shooting Planned, Officials Say

Can the GOP Speak to Blacks?


The Real Town Hall Story


Detroit Free Press

36 youths charged with murders for lunch money, texts, thrills

It's time to take up the mantle to help children

Cox's office to represent Bobb in countersuit

Deputy warden refuses to give up on young inmates


Los Angeles Times

Michael Jackson's estate will pay funeral costs

In Ohio, a yard sale on the radio speaks volumes


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Spelman student killed on Clark-Atlanta campus

Bond denied for accused child slapper


Fulton commission to give Grady $10 million to meet payroll


Racial politics run deep in Atlanta



 
 
 
 

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