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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 - Nov. 20

POSTED: November 20, 2008, 12:00 am

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Washington Post

Mr. Holder at Justice?

FHA Relaxes Program Rules for Homeowners

5 Hurt in High School Melee

Officials Envision 400-500 Layoffs in Budget Squeeze


The New York Times

Teenagers Internet Socializing Not a Bad Thing

Health Insurers Offer to Accept All Applicants, on Condition


Los Angeles Times

Civil liberties groups have a wish list for Obama

Would-be attorney general Eric Holder haunted by Marc Rich pardon


Baltimore Sun

City boy’s ‘one more chance’ ends in fatal shooting

Hopkins balks at Confederate banner


The Christian Science Monitor

Al Qaeda No. 2 insults Obama with racial slur in new video

Holder: Obama’s seasoned pick for attorney general


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Biggest metro governments asking for federal housing money

High paying jobs on decline in metro Atlanta


Detroit Free Press

Metro Detroiters anxious, living on edge

Teen leaves hospital after 4 months with no heart


Philadelphia Inquirer

Camden’s fugitive program draws big crowd

Council approves budget-cutting measures


Boston Globe

Facing possible expulsion, Wilkerson quits Senate


Star Ledger

Princeton students, state prison inmates face off in chess challenge

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