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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 5

POSTED: October 05, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Still Fragile, Haiti Makes Sales Pitch
Program to Buy Bad Assets Nearly in Place, U.S. Says

The G.O.P Campaign Message in a Word: Jobs, Jobs, Jobs
Wanted: Leadership on Jobs
Housing Battle Reveals Post-Katrina Tensions
In Quiet Mayoral Race, a Union Emerges as a Voice Against Bloomberg
Greenspan Foresees a Rise in Unemployment

The Christian Science Monitor

Questions surround start of new Supreme Court term

McChrystal planned to move soldiers killed in Afghan siege

Baltimore Sun

Helping out the helpers

The Washington Post

States Resist Medicaid Growth

Democrats Wyden, Rockefeller Withhold Support of Panel's Bill

Democrats Wyden, Rockefeller Withhold Support of Panel's Bill

Shooting by Police Ignites Racial Tensions in Illinois Town

Judge Might Reduce Federal Oversight

Detroit Free Press

Detroit census hard to pin down

Detroit activist wants Bing officer out

What Time and time really demonstrate about Detroit

Chicago Tribune

Fenger student death: Searing video of beating forces African-Americans nationwide to confront 'urban terrorism' in communities

Derrion Albert funeral: There is no simple fix for problems, pastor says

Lunch waivers on the rise in schools across Illinois

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Bernice King Makes Finalist List For SCLC President

Atlanta's black women voters in play

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