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The "Journey of Reconciliation," the first "Freedom Ride" into the Jim Crow south took place in 1947, organized by CORE.

Today in Black America - October 29

POSTED: October 29, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Shortage of Vaccine Poses Political Test for Obama
 
Obama Visits Returning War Dead
 
Victory for Obama Over Military Lobby
 
Schwarzenegger Statement Contains Not-So-Secret Message
 
In New Orleans, Mayoral Race Still Lacks Heft
 
Mayor Deprives Rival of Black Clergy’s Support
 
Unyielding in His Innocence, Now a Free Man
 
More Schools, Not Troops
 

Baltimore Sun

Md. health officials report 2 deaths related to swine flu

Baltimore panel blocks company's payment to the City Foundation

State officials launch outreach plan for 2010 census


The Christian Science Monitor

Obama endorses military commissions for Guantánamo detainees

Executive pay: How much say should Obama ‘czar’ have?

Obama signs bill expanding hate crimes to sexual orientation


Detroit Free Press

Radical mosque leader killed in FBI shootout

Ex-mayor returns to court in Detroit today

Kilpatrick fires back at Stefani with suit

H1N1 vaccine priorities questioned


Atlanta Journal Constitution

With finish line near, mayoral race gets rough

Borders charges former rival with shakedown

US swine flu vaccine outlook improving, CDC says


The Washington Post

An honor for a Senate pioneer

Justices will scrutinize life sentences for youths

Credit-rating bill clears committee

House health-care reform bill to include public option

Top officials defend flu vaccination campaign

Making every child count

DC Voting Rights unlikely to move with defense bill


Chicago Tribune

Violence brings moms together

Student shot to death: Chicago Vocational Career Academy student fatally shot outside home

Diabetes study: Interventions help prevent disease

Gary announces Jackson museum plans; details few

Health care reform: Roland Burris finally counts as Democrats try to lock up 60 votes

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