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The "Journey of Reconciliation," the first "Freedom Ride" into the Jim Crow south took place in 1947, organized by CORE.

Today in Black America - Jan. 8

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The New York Times

Oakland Turns Violent Over Shooting

Senate Democrats Open Way to Seat Burris

Governor Says New York Is In a Perilous Situation


Washington Post

Obama warns of dire consequences without stimulus

Senate Appointee Makes Inroads

“Years to Come’

Grand Jury Hears From Pr. George’s Liquor Board Chief


The Christian Science Monitor

Ghana’s new president: Africa’s symbol of a working democracy

Schools tap ‘21st-century skills’


Chicago Tribune

Senate’s Democratic majority clears path for Roland Burris

Burris practiced in political arts

Obama pledges to take on entitlement spending, names special watchdog for federal programs

Illinois impeachment panel bristles at report of Rod Blagojevich’s hiring practices


San Francisco Chronicle

Protests over BART shooting turn violent

Officer in BART shooting abruptly resigns



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