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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 - March 2

POSTED: March 02, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Paterson Is Said to Have Ordered Calls in Abuse Case

In Paterson’s Attempt to Reassure the Public, a Flashback to That ’70s Show

Some Black Democrats Suggest Race Is Factor in Pressure on the Governor

Ford Decides Not to Run for Senate Seat

Obama Backs Rewarding Districts That Police Failing Schools

New Evidence Surfaces in New Orleans Killings

Obama to Highlight Cost in New Health Bill Push

Baltimore Sun

Lawmakers looking favorably on cuts in education funding

Henry ethics proposal called charter violation

The Christian Science Monitor

Obama pledges $900 million more to stem 'dropout crisis'

To pass healthcare reform, Democrats may go it alone

Obama signs Patriot Act extension without reforms

Supreme Court to take up landmark gun-control case

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Obama to visit Savannah next month

Fulton DA opens probe into top SCLC officials

Detroit Free Press

Kilpatrick attorney broke conduct rules, panel says

Riddle misses deadline to hire new lawyer; judge may appoint one

Residents weigh academic control of embattled schools

Detroit will replace system that tracks complaints against cops

Los Angeles Times

Jerry Brown to declare his candidacy for governor Tuesday

Student apologizes for UC San Diego noose incident, claims no racist intent

The Washington Post

Obama angers union officials with remarks in support of R.I. teacher firings

Obama announces get-tough strategy for struggling schools

Hotheaded Emanuel may be White House voice of reason

Board openings give Obama a rare chance to remake the Federal Reserve

Supreme Court dismisses case involving resettlement of Guantanamo detainees

D.C. Council set for a vote on censuring Marion Barry

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