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Today in Black America - Dec. 22

POSTED: December 22, 2008, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

A Reeling City Is a Snapshot of Economic Woes

The Disciples of Hatred, in Their Own Words and Images

In Zimbabwe, Survival Lies in Scavenging


Washington Post

An $850 Billion Challenge

The Stimulus Package

Somalis’ Choice: Join Islamists or Flee


Baltimore Sun

In their debt

Film captures life lessons


The Christian Science Monitor

Unions pose difficult political test for Obama


Los Angeles Times

U.S. is investigating LAPD officer


Chicago Tribune

Fundraiser seeks immunity in Blagojevich probe

In multifaceted Michelle Obama, black women see a mirror

Don’t expect this to be a year of recovery or even shoring up


Atlanta Journal Constitution

3 Atlanta council members spend donors’ money to woo voters

Fall of Cobb pastor occurs at challenging time

Consultants cashed in during Grady chaos


Detroit Free Press

Reeves calls to immortalize Motown greats

Michigan prepares for next financial challenge


Philadelphia Inquirer

Street violence hits home


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