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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 - October 2

POSTED: October 02, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Swine Flu Spreading Widely; Worry Over Pregnant Women
Texas Governor Defends Shakeup of Commission

Senate Panel Softening Insurance Penalties
Republicans Call Health Legislation a Tax Increase
In New Jersey, a Sharp, Scrappy Debate

The Wizard of Beck

The Washington Post

Senate Committee Stays Late to Work on Health-Care Bill

New Data Raise Fears of a Post-Stimulus Hangover

Iran, Major Powers Reach Agreement On Series of Points

Obama Officials to Address Killing of Chicago Student

Hollywood's Shame

Seniors Vent Anger, Blame Builder

The Christian Science Monitor

Why police are keeping quiet on Census worker Sparkman death

Money Daily Brief: Jobless claims rise; personal income also up

Detroit leads metro areas with record 17 percent unemployment rate

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Morehouse employee fired for e-mail

Ludacris, T.I. raise $100,000 for Atlanta flood victims

King siblings given less than a week to reconcile

Secret Service: Facebook poll no threat to Obama

Chicago Tribune

President Barack Obama to send 2 Cabinet officers to address Fenger student's fatal beating in Chicago

Beverly minister spreads the word about 1st black priest in U.S.

Los Angeles Times

Politics as religion in America

Boston Globe

Flaherty jabs, Menino counters

Mayor meets his mismatch

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