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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 - November 11

POSTED: November 11, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

President, at Service, Hails Fort Hood’s Fallen
Reid Says Health Bill Will Be Done by Christmas

‘Opt-Out’ Proposal Puts State Leaders to the Test 
Recalculating the Tally in Swine Flu Deaths
View of the Mayor’s Race From One Who Opted Out: I Could Have Won

Kerik Released on Bail to Await Sentencing
The Trouble With ‘Zero Tolerance’

Baltimore Sun

Washington-area sniper remains defiant to the end

Gift cards to Dixon from 3rd developer alleged

Picking Baltimore mayor's jury: Yes, get around race issue, but how?

Baltimore school board OKs permanent expulsions for violence

Baltimore closes largest a-rab stable, seizes 19 horses

The Christian Science Monitor

Fort Hood memorial service: Obama points to sacrifices ahead

Rajiv Shah: The man Obama wants to revitalize USAID

Are Democrats nearing civil war over healthcare reform?

Detroit Free Press

Fewer homes unsold in Detroit area

Cut of alleged drug money could go to cops

Protesters blast cuts to school aid in Michigan

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Case could decide whether Georgia can afford the death penalty

Morehouse band bus driver dies

Appeals court agrees Vick can keep $16M in bonuses

The Washington Post

Possible agency missteps debated

Muslims in military seek a bridge between worlds

In Afghanistan, Taliban surpasses al-Qaeda

Health scare tactics

Emblems aside, respect should be uniform

Chicago Tribune

Chicago changes criteria for admission to magnet, selective schools

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