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Voting rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer was born in 1917 in Ruleville, in Sunflower County, Mississippi.

Today in Black America - November 16

POSTED: November 16, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Drug Makers Raise Prices in Face of Health Care Reform
In Prison, Playing Just to Kill Time and Just Maybe to Help Solve a Murder

G.M. Is Said to Soon Begin Paying U.S. Debt
MSNBC Presses Obama on Campaign Promises
In Detroit, Agencies Compete to Sell City as a Creative Haven
A Recovery for Some
Cuomo Wants to Shape Ticket in Run for Governor, Advisers Say

Baltimore Sun

Groups across city voice support for Dixon

MICA professor sews black history

The Christian Science Monitor

US eyes China as global partner

Holder in the dock as critics focus on New York 9/11 terror trial

Fort Hood review may challenge political correctness up the ranks

Immigration reform pitch morphs Tea Party protests

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Old African-American cemetery relocation takes slow, delicate work

Voter discontent is key in mayoral election

The Washington Post

GM to start repaying debt to U.S. government next month

Health bill foes solicit funds for economic study

Healing the warrior

Taxpayers on hook as some bailed-out firms prove frail

Robertson's remarks put McDonnell in a bind

Legal aid for the poor

Detroit Free Press

A new DPS in the making

A land bank plan that could succeed

Sheila Cockrel blasted over meeting walkout

Rayford Jackson gets max sentence in bribery scandal

Chicago Tribune

Fenger students get acquainted on neutral ground

Chicago Public Schools looks to advocacy group for curbing teen violence

School's past comes to light

Ministers spotlight health problems

Philadelphia Inquirer

Lawsuit shines spotlight on police foot pursuits

Boston Globe

Mayoral choice puts Newton in unique category

Los Angeles Times

Guinea-Bissau: Cocaine's traffic hub

Funeral held for Melody Ross, teenager shot after high school football game

A rude awakening for youths out too late

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