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Today in Black America - Dec. 1

POSTED: December 01, 2008, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama’s Choice for U.N. is Advocate of Strong Action Against Mass Killings

Turning Around the Idea of Student Loans

A Breathtaking Aspiration for AIDS

A High Achiever Poised to Scale New Heights


Washington Post

Senate Could Give New President Early Legislative Victories

Survey Finds Growing Deceit Among Teens

East-West Divide Shadows Debate Over Purple Line


Los Angeles Times

First AME pastor apologizes to congregation for alleged misspending

African heritage and an American dream


Baltimore Sun

Obama’s picks mirror his multicultural background


The Christian Science Monitor

Africa’s AIDS fight: Fresh focus on issue of multiple partners

Black comedians adapt to Obama era. Is ‘angry’ out?


Detroit Free Press

Beatty plea deal could be finalized today

Liberal voters to keep pressure on Obama


Chicago Tribune

Michelle Obama’s family tree has roots in a Carolina slave plantation

Like race, addressing bias is complex and essential


USA Today

President-elect Obama’s actions perk up stock market


Boston Globe

Asthma rate higher in US born blacks, Dorchester study finds

AIDS and the unknown


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