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Today in Black America - Dec. 5

POSTED: December 05, 2008, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Many Children Lack Stability Long After Storm

Florida Steps in Early, and Troubled Teenagers Respond

Ground Broken on Huge Gulf Floodwall


Washington Post

Strapped Schools May Boost Class Sizes

Red Carpet Rolled Out for the Poor

At USDA, Taking on Ambitious Goals and Intractable Problems


Detroit Free Press

Invest in America

CEO’s make 2nd pitch for $34 billion loan

Some Dems want Obama more involved now


Baltimore Sun

He quietly broke the color line


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Parents told: Lack of love strengthens gangs


The Christian Science Monitor

In Ghana, apolitical neophyte, with a household name, campaigns

With Obama's help, France, too, can shatter the glass ceiling for blacks


Boston Globe

Patrick picks fewer minorities for bench

Losing jobs in unequal numbers

Spin cycle to wind down


Los Angeles Times

California health agency ignored law helping impoverished HIV patients, judge rules


Toronto Star

First step on poverty draws praise


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