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The "Journey of Reconciliation," the first "Freedom Ride" into the Jim Crow south took place in 1947, organized by CORE.

Today in Black America - June 24

POSTED: June 24, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Says Afghan Policy Won’t Change After Dismissal

Short, Tense Deliberation, Then a General Is Gone

BP Is Pursuing Alaska Drilling Some Call Risky

Promise Seen for Detection of Alzheimer’s

Community Colleges Cutting Back on Open Access

For-Profit Colleges Find New Market Niche

Antibullying Bill Goes to the Governor

Cuomo Accepts Millions From Interests He Assails

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Baltimore Sun

Groups applaud police reforms, hope for reduction in unjustified arrests

Columbia man suing police speaks out at NAACP news conference

Gang leader who wrote poem about killing sentenced to 30 years in prison


The Christian Science Monitor

BP oil spill: undersea accident increases flow of oil into Gulf

Gulf oil spill: Pensacola Beach covered in tar balls

Burundi election lacks critical ingredient: presidential candidates

Germany vs. Ghana: Black stars become first African team to advance

Nikki Haley of South Carolina: rise of a new GOP star


Detroit Free Press

Conyers granted delay to prison start

Ex-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick indicted by feds on 19 mail fraud, tax counts

Mom's political career in peril?

Others accused in metro Detroit corruption cases

Kilpatrick Civic Fund had raised eyes at IRS since '01

Cleansing time, again, for city

WSU students to see tuition increase of 4.4%


The Washington Post

Obama shows McChrystal who's in command

U.S. troops express mixed views of Gen. McChrystal controversy

Michelle Obama rallies Justice Dept. workers

Russell Simmons wins swipe fee deal for his prepaid card

Appeals court upholds Prince George's County furloughs as constitutional

Enrollment up as recession, transfer program make NVCC more appealing


Philadelphia Inquirer

Nutter has given more than $38,000 back to Philadelphia

Chester state of emergency extended amid controversy

Rendell, lawmakers cite progress in Pennsylvania budget talks


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Diversity a point of pride for East Point


Chicago Tribune

'Prince of Darkness' plotted with Blagojevich to sell Obama Senate seat

Wal-Mart's talks with unions may pave way for new store in city
 
Say 'yes' to jobs

Illinois could be in vanguard for adopting national grade-by-grade standards in math and reading


 Los Angeles Times

California welfare cards can be used in many casino ATMs

L.A. County supervisor calls for federal oversight of probation agency

Gov. urges minimum wage for California state workers until budget deal is reached

California alternative energy legislation gets broad backing


Boston Globe

Budget would cut services, local aid

Poll suggests Baker-Patrick gap narrows

When lunacy trumps policy

A new turn for racial history and a family’s pride


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