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Today in Black America - December 21

POSTED: December 21, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

New Programs Aim to Lure Young Into Digital Jobs

Studying Young Minds, and How to Teach Them

Labor Data Show Surge in Hiring of Temp Workers

City Schools’ New Criteria for Diversity Raise Fears

Deep in Health Bill, Very Specific Beneficiaries

Combating Prisoner Abuse

The Christian Science Monitor

GOP's last bullet in healthcare reform battle: public opinion

As US withdrawal nears, Iraqi fear of Iran grows

Nigeria's fuel crisis festers without a president in charge

Wisconsin lawsuit tests a pioneering campaign finance law

Baltimore Sun

Turning East Baltimore neighborhood around isn't easy

Annapolis expands 'green' initiative

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Ludacris Foundation hosts holiday party for flood victims

As mayor's term ends, crime figures show drop

MARTA's new chairman faces deficit

Detroit Free Press

High school steps up, rewards good deeds

Detroit police, fire retirees call for a voice in pensions

Restaurant excess becomes heat-and-eat meals

The Washington Post

Health-care bill clears crucial vote in Senate, 60 to 40

Minority farmers seek redress, claim USDA discrimination

5 questions about the Copenhagen climate talks

Va. public-housing residents angry over orders to relocate

Democrats: Stop whining and pass health reform

An ugly finale for health-care reform

Chicago Tribune

Todd Stroger: Cook County Board president taking solitary road in primary race

Soy in Illinois prison diets prompts lawsuit over health effects

DuPage life-skills center is gateway to new world


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