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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 - December 15

POSTED: December 15, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Lieberman Gets Ex-Party to Shift on Health Plan

Poll Reveals Depth and Trauma of Joblessness in U.S.

Obama Presses Biggest Banks to Lend More

Setbacks Signal Post-Election Life for Bloomberg

A Protector of Children, a Powerhouse in Heels

A Hard Hat in Pink, Clearing the Way

Baltimore Sun

City's suit against Wells Fargo could be limited

Diploma falls off as ticket to a job

Atlanta Journal Constitution

U.S. schools chief stops in Atlanta on ‘listening and learning' tour

The Christian Science Monitor

Beyond Obama's B+: How Democrats can hold the House in 2010

Supreme Court to look at employees' privacy rights

Copenhagen global warming talks suspended over rich-poor divide

Detroit Free Press

Political pioneer never stopped fighting for Detroit

Detroit drug dealer gets life in prison

Low scores not just a Detroit problem

The Washington Post

Senate health bill unlikely to include Medicare buy-in

The death of the public option

Census ready to start counting

Democrats lose fourth congressman to retirement

The Palestinians' opposite poles

Mother of struck son confronted D.C. police

Chicago Tribune

Stigma of 'snitching' creates a street code of silence that hampers Chicago cops

Murder spree: Ex-con kills wife and his ex-girlfriend and paralyzes his dad, police say

Los Angeles Times

LAPD did not properly track millions in spending, audit finds

U.S. questions Calif.'s healthcare plan for children of working poor



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