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Today in Black America - Nov. 11

POSTED: November 11, 2008, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

For South, a Waning Hold on National Politics

U.S. Bishops Urged to Challenge Obama

Group Files Lawsuit to Block Extension of Term Limits


The Washington Post

Racism Rears its Head in European Remarks on Obama

A GOP Bridge to Nowhere

Obama Asks Bush to Back Rescue of Automake

Hope of Seeing President-elect Draws Crowds and Cameras


Los Angeles Times

Miriam Makeba dies at 76: South African singer spent 31 years in exile


The Baltimore Sun

A plan for recovery


The Chicago Tribune

Cardinal sees odds Obama must face

Funeral with full honors is held for Chicago Police Detective Joseph Airhart, Jr.


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Ga. congressman calls Obama Marxist, warns of dictatorship

Georgia income study: How much is bare minimum?


The Boston Globe

A new era of pragmatic hope

Spotlights and shadows

Obama brings cyber sensibility to office


The Christian Science Monitor

Are jobless next to need a bailout?

Obama’s emerging foreign policy team faces a troubled world


The Philadelphia Inquirer

Violent crime is down in Philadelphia


The Chicago Sun Times

Michelle Obama tours elite private schools vying to enroll Obama children

Obama’s team courting former Hillary Clinton aide Patti Solis Doyle


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