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In 1955 Rosa Parks refuses to sit in the back of a Montgomery, Alabama bus, sparking a boycott that changed history.

Today in Black America - Dec. 9

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The New York Times

Governor is Held in Inquiry Into Filling Obama’s Seat

Gates Grants Aim to Help Low-Income Students Finish College

Mortgages and Minorities

Baltimore Sun

A good deed goes bad

Dixon says rise in killings not related to budget cuts

2 indicted in slaying of ex-councilman Harris

The Christian Science Monitor

Was the New Deal too small?

The dangers of Obama’s public-works juggernaut

Washington Post

House Hearing Begins on Fannie, Freddie Downfall

Foreclosure Epidemic Infecting Rental Market

Battle Deepens Over Union Organizing

Los Angeles Times

Study details the power of negative racial sterotypes

L.A. sues 18th Street gang members, seeking cash damages for Pico-Union and Westlake neighborhoods

Chicago Tribune

Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich arrested

Detroit Free Press

Death shows that Detroit must change

Iacocca: Loan package should not oust CEOs

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