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Dr. Chancellor Williams, historian and author of "The Destruction of Black Civilization" is born in 1898 in Bennetsville, South Carolina.

Today in Black America - September 10

POSTED: September 10, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Minister Wavers on Plans to Burn Koran

Lobbyists Rush to Hire G.O.P. Staff Ahead of Vote

Ron Bloom Is Obama’s Manufacturing Emissary

Visiting Ground Zero, Asking Allah for Comfort

Fair Courts at Risk


The Christian Science Monitor

Pastor's agreement to call off 9/11 Koran burning beset by confusion

A church's Koran burning would flout US strategy on Islam

11 countries speaking out against Koran burning in Florida

Rahm Emanuel: expected departure could lead to West Wing shakeup

Iraq to pay $400 million for Saddam's mistreatment of Americans


Baltimore Sun

Jessamy says challenger would take Baltimore back to 1950s

U.S. indicts 10 in Northeast Baltimore drug conspiracy

New accusations call Arundel executive Leopold 'addicted to women'


Star Ledger

N.J. Democrats to hold second summit on gambling

Five points on the $268M federal education funds

N.J. Assembly plans hearings to discuss impact of Gov. Christie's budget cuts

Newark police director rejects calls for federal oversight of department after ACLU's accusations

Teacher power: A promising experiment at a Newark school


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Last Marietta housing project to be demolished

DeKalb: ‘Accreditation is safe'; legislators not so sure


The Washington Post

Florida pastor says he's reconsidering plan to burn Korans

Capitol Hill employees owed $9.3 million in back taxes last year, data show

Obama plans major fall campaign rallies

Grandparents increasingly fill need as caregivers

Saqib Ali sidesteps 'Muslim candidate' label in race for Maryland Senate

More controversial fliers in Prince George's County ahead of Democratic primary

Bond between D.C. mayor and city's attorney general has grown stronger through the years

Fenty's toughest hurdle? D.C.'s 2-party system.


Detroit Free Press

Monica Conyers to begin 3-year prison sentence in West Virginia today

Attorney: Ex-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick shouldn't be in prison

250 pack Detroit forum on council districts

How long can City of Detroit fiddle?


Philadelphia Inquirer

PHA board never got key document

Gov. Rendell says he'd stand with Arab Americans to counter Quran burning

Obama to give back-to-school speech Friday at Masterman

Shooter kills 2 Kraft workers at Northeast Philadelphia plant


Los Angeles Times

Federal probe targets possible civil rights violations in Bell

It didn't all start with Bell

Brown, Whitman duel with new ads aimed at independents

Federal judge rules 'don't ask, don't tell' policy is unconstitutional


Chicago Tribune

CPS report card shows many schools struggling

Will next mayor keep focus on classroom?
 
Potential mayoral rivals play down Obama's praise for Rahm Emanuel

Shakman: Stroger violated hiring ban 157 times

Promises unmet for Gale Sayers' charity

Son of peace activist dies in Chicago shooting













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