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August 30, 2014

Journalist and civil rights leader, Roy Wilkins, who served as the executive director of the NAACP, was born in 1901 in St. Paul, MN.

Today in Black America - Dec. 18

POSTED: December 18, 2008, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

On Wall Street, Bonuses, Not Profits, Were Real

Governor Paterson’s Tough Budget

Set to Go Forward, Schools May Instead Go 2 Steps back


Washington Post

Chrysler Shutting Down for One Month

Selection Provides Civil Rights Symmetry


The Christian Science Monitor

Young Republicans seek a new kind of party

The Fed’s big rate cut: what impact?


Baltimore Sun

City clinics’ burden spills over to ERs


Los Angeles Times


The rise of the late baby boomers

Los Angeles council OKs $74 million in midyear budget cuts

California Democrats devise plan to hike taxes


Detroit Free Press

Kilpatrick text message scandal now a satire at Second City

Chrysler shutdown to idle 46,000 for month


Chicago Tribune

Alaska officials look into circulation of racist state e-mails about Obama

Civic pride in public shame


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Lowery to deliver benediction at Obama inaugural

Obama’s campaign workers…keep on working


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