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The first Black Power conference is held in Newark (N.J.)in 1967, with more than 1,000 delegates from 126 cities, Bermuda and Nigeria.

Today in Black America - July 1

POSTED: July 01, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

For Players of Negro Leagues, a Measure of Recognition

Black Landowners Fight to Reclaim Georgia Home

Officer and Professor Faulted for Confrontation at Home

Financial Overhaul Wins Final Approval in House

Banned Trailers Return for Latest Gulf Disaster

Oakland Prepares for Response to Trial Verdict

Economy Hurts Government Aid for H.I.V. Drugs

A Family Ritual in Haiti Is Threatened


Baltimore Sun

City lets 100 workers go

Overtime pay part of city budget quandary

Ehrlich picks Kane as running mate

O'Malley to receive award from largest teachers union in U.S.


The Christian Science Monitor

Why is an Israeli judge Elena Kagan's 'judicial hero'?

Congo war leaves legacy of sexual violence against women

Happy 50th, Congo! Celebrate by turning 'conflict minerals' into a tool for progress.

Cuba travel ahead for Americans? House committee advances measure.

CBO's math on budget deficit presents daunting choices for US


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Court revives suit against ex-Clayton DA over 2008 election


Detroit Free Press

DPS faces bigger deficit, more spending cuts

DPS's Bobb terminates Superintendent Gueyser

Ex-DPS official Otis Mathis charged with 5-year felony

Ex-Kilpatrick aide DeDan Milton gets 3½ years


The Washington Post

Jobless aid stalls in Senate; home buyers get more time

Obama attacks GOP over Boehner's remarks on financial overhaul bill

Conservatives use Pelosi as face of liberalism in campaign ads

States seek financial help as new fiscal year begins

CBO tells Obama deficit panel that forecast remains bleak

Rhee hints that her job as D.C. schools chief hinges on Fenty's reelection

D.C., Md. and Va. to get $207 million to operate high-risk insurance pools

Washington region's unemployment rate rises to 6 percent in May


Philadelphia Inquirer

Small schools still in flux

Activists ask Philadelphia to expand subsidized for AIDS patients

Pa. budget sent to Rendell

African American historical site excavated in New Jersey


Star Ledger

Newark Public Schools cuts 194 positions due to budget concerns

Gov. Christie's office pushes N.J. assemblywoman to alter early inmate release legislation

Newark Mayor Cory Booker proposes budget to city council

Taxes for N.J. employers increase $130-per-employee after $1B shortfall in N.J. jobless fund


Chicago Tribune

Chicago approves second Wal-Mart store

Another aide admits being a yes man

Blagojevich trial: Jury hears 'I've got this thing and it's (expletive) golden' quote

Senator slams for-profit colleges


Los Angeles Times

L.A. council turns back last-minute plan to delay layoffs

California budget deadline passes without a budget

Thousands in welfare cash tapped at California strip clubs

Anthem Blue Cross again seeks rate hikes for Californians

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