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E. Frederic Morrow, the first Black to serve in an executive position on a President's staff, was born on this date in 1909 in Hackensack, NJ.

Today in Black America - November 2

POSTED: November 01, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Strategy on Health Care Legislation Appears to Be Paying Off

Pollsters Report Latest Figures as Election Day Approaches
 
Pittsburgh Mayor Faces Tests if Re-elected

23 Private College Presidents Made More Than $1 Million
 
For Mayoral Candidates, One Final Push to Rally Voters
 
Once a Young Turk, Now Challenged by One
 
Too Little of a Good Thing
 

The Washington Post

Bad news for Democrats in revelation of ethics probes

Despite Bloomberg's lead, New Yorkers have misgivings

In Tuesday's contests, Steele sees a vote on his leadership

States likely to shape health reform

Education reform long troubled in District


Baltimore Sun

Program teaches skills for life

'We want them to stop killing each other'


The Christian Science Monitor

After leaving New York race, Scozzafava backs a Democrat

Americans’ income and spending drop, despite stimulus
 

Detroit Free Press

Last Sunday on the campaign trail

Community colleges: Would Obama's proposal be enough?

Saving the most salvageable neighborhoods

Making progress on Detroit homicides


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta mayoral candidates throw final jabs, make pitches to voters

Morehouse, Spelman students remember; celebrate

Substitute teachers aren't immune to cuts


Chicago Tribune

Swine flu: Worst-case outbreak could severely strain hospitals

Michelle Obama to mentor Washington girls

What do baggy pants really say?

Emotional day for Payton family as Chicago Bears pay tribute to the late Walter Payton

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