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Today in Black America - September 4

POSTED: September 04, 2009, 12:00 am

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Atlanta Journal Constitution

Shooting victim dreamed of Spelman for years

Students question campus safety after co-ed killed

Fatal shooting of Spelman student exposes campus safety concerns

Marial Yak, 25, of Atlanta, a Lost Boy of Sudan, died in car wreck

Health care activists rally at Ga. capitol

Baltimore Sun

City officer arrested, faces expected drug, theft charges

Furloughs put courts in flux

Colleges see rise in aid appeals

The New York Times

Advisers to Obama Divided on Size of Afghan Force

Health Care Idea Has Public Plan Only as Backup

Report Finds Swine Flu Has Killed 36 Children

Emboldened by ’08 Race to Roil Waters at Home

Massachusetts Waits for a Kennedy to Decide on Race

New Jersey Wins 1,600 Financial Jobs

The Washington Post

A GOP Senator Looking to Meet Halfway

The Unwitting Birthplace of the 'Death Panel' Myth

Stimulus Credited for Lifting Economy, But Worries About Unemployment Persist

Justices Discuss A Changing Court

Some Schools Will Block or Delay Obama's Pep Talk for Students

The Shaky War on Errorism

Montgomery College Trustees Oust President

Los Angeles Times

Station fire an act of arson, sheriff's officials say

Antibodies found that prevent HIV from causing severe AIDS

Michael Jackson is laid to rest

Detroit Free Press

Fear stays close to home for seniors

It's time for parents to take job seriously

Commit now to preventing youth violence, or pay a price later

Chicago Tribune

Barack Obama support a bit shaky in Illinois, Tribune poll finds

The Christian Science Monitor

Is Mugabe losing control of Zimbabwe?

White House’s new stimulus message: It’s helping you

McDonnell’s graduate thesis roils Virginia governor race


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