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November 27, 2013

Congressman Mickey Leland, a fierce advocate for the poor, was born in 1944 in Lubbock, Texas.

Today in Black America - March 26

POSTED: March 26, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Martin’s Case Took Long Route to Mass Media

In Health Care Case, Lawyers Train for 3-Day Marathon

Kennedy Helped Shape Romney’s Career, and Still Haunts It

Santorum Gets a Boost in Winning Louisiana

Gingrich Is Soldiering On, Despite Dearth of Victories

Oakland Police Try to Fill the Ranks, but Keep Falling Behind

After Detective’s Firing, Tensions Linger in Bell Case

The Christian Science Monitor

No child left alone: Volunteers mentor children of inmates

Trayvon Martin case: US could bring hate crime charge against George Zimmerman

Obama health care law at Supreme Court: mega case for the history books

Louisiana primary keeps Santorum’s hopes alive as Gingrich, Paul fade

The Star Ledger

Dems may push to get increased taxes for millionaires referendum on 2013 ballot

Senators ask feds to investigate employers who ask job applicants for Facebook username, password

Actor's Fund group hopes to build subsidized housing in Newark

Near fatal crash puts ex-Newark cop on new path

Mother of Elizabeth college student killed in 2008 still searching for answers

In rejecting Supreme Court nominee Phillip Kwon, Dems send Gov. Christie a message

The Detroit Free Press

City residents spell out their greatest concerns as Detroit teeters on the brink

What an emergency manager for Detroit would mean for you

Detroit's financial crisis: City could learn its fate this week

500,000 more in Michigan to be eligible for Medicaid coverage

Michiganders divided on law reforming health care as Supreme Court takes up challenges

Rochelle Riley: Trayvon Martin's killing should move us to stop violence

The Washington Post

Obama adviser fires back at Gingrich over comments on Martin case

Trayvon Martin’s death has put spotlight on perceptions about hoodies

US could bring hate crime charge in Trayvon Martin shooting if there’s evidence of racial bias

Justices can’t avoid politics in health-care case

Maryland riding wave of privatization

Apologies to black fathers

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Cheating our children: List of cities that show high probability of cheating in schools

APS students prepare in wake of flap

'Hoodie' protest here

Trayvon Martin shooting continues to resonate in Atlanta as college students get involved

King suit against Mississippi anchor dismissed

Atlanta delegation heads to China, seeking sales, jobs, name recognition

The Miami Herald

Through Sunday services, solidarity for Trayvon

Trayvon Martin's dad thanks Miami Heat, athletes

Trayvon’s mom attends Sunday services; church launches social justice ministry

Public military academy to open this fall in Broward

College student from Atlanta killed

The Chicago Tribune

Trice: Fenger High School celebrates Peace Week

Pfleger on Trayvon Martin shooting: 'Protect our children'

Skittles, hoodies mark 2nd day of Trayvon Martin protests

What black parents tell their sons

Marching for Trayvon

The Los Angeles Times

Strong majority backs Jerry Brown's tax-hike initiative

California term limits initiative narrowly favored, poll finds

California urged to consider non-seniority-based teacher layoffs

Martin shooter allegedly expected it to 'blow over'

USA Today

3 epic days: Health care law reaches high court

Martin case rings across country's pulpits

Social media pivotal in Trayvon case

Jesse Jackson calls Trayvon Martin a 'martyr'

Trayvon Martin's friends say he never picked a fight

Many unprepared to care for elderly parents

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Cleveland City Council likely to further extend benefits to employees' domestic partners

Cleveland Teachers Union, Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson to continue meeting, legislators cautiously optimistic

Cleveland City Club speaker says to use Trayvon Martin's death as way to focus on plight of minorities

Cleveland police investigating death of 5-month-old boy after coroner rules it a homicide

Nutter calls Martin's death an 'assassination'

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