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Some 3,000 Blacks march in Philadelphia in 1906 to protest a theatrical production of "The Clansman" and 62 are reported lynched.

Today in Black America - October 15

POSTED: October 15, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Republican’s Vote Lifts a Health Bill, but Hurdles Remain
 
On Gulf Coast, Praise for Obama, Criticism of Visit
 
Sluggish Results Seen in Math Scores
 
Dow Closes Above 10,000 for First Time in Over a Year

Daisy Chain of Cheneys
 
Bloomberg Has Added Jobs, and Lost Some, Too
 

The Christian Science Monitor

How Senate Democrats can get to 60 votes on healthcare

Obama ‘pay czar’ lacks clout to stop $198 million in AIG bonuses
 
US healthcare overhaul: five lessons from abroad


Baltimore Sun

Philip L. Brown, Anne Arundel educator and rights pioneer, dies

Baltimore city, county, Arundel to hold swine flu vaccination clinics


Detroit Free Press

Cops: Mom popped hood so boy could get gun, kill

Bobb says he wants to extend his DPS contract

Supplier to bring $21M, 200 jobs to Detroit

Michigan 15.3% jobless rate has silver lining


Los Angeles Times

Limbaugh dropped from group seeking to buy Rams

How about a bailout for student debtors?


Washington Post

Obama May Be Met By Frustration in New Orleans Visit

From Civil War to Civil Rights

Asthma Most Common Condition In Hospitalized Swine Flu Patients

Boy, 15, Slain in NE Gun Battle Was a Bystander, Police Say


San Francisco Chronicle

Racial killing at Dollar Tree leads to new law




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