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Today in Black America - Feb. 10

POSTED: February 10, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Taking on Critics, Obama Puts Aside Talk of Unity

By Slim Margin, Senate Advances Stimulus Bill

Young Black Men Unaware of H.I.V. Risks, Survey Says


The Washington Post

At His First Prime-Time News Conference, Obama is Serious and Expansive

Roll Over the Republicans

Prosecutors Want Barry Jailed Over Tax Returns

Marshall Center Holds On to History


The Christian Science Monitor

Obama’s backers go to the Net for stimulus bill

Curb America’s debt culture


Los Angeles Times

Judges back a one-third reduction in state prison population

A Kenyan lawyer takes on a coldly familiar case


Baltimore Sun

Dixon speech highlights progress, sets modest goals for city

New questions arise over Steele campaign payments

Job loss hits seniors especially hard


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Spelman cutting 35 jobs, education department


Detroit Free Press

GM’s Lutz to leave amid new crush of regulations

NAACP set to celebrate turning 100

Detroiters, learn from New Orleans

Cockrell to give State of City address tonight


Chicago Tribune

Racist can change his spots, get old as well

‘Stop snitching’ culture is for cowards only


Philadelphia Inquirer

Council members hear Nutter’s budget-cut scenarios

The Senate Stimulus


Star Ledger

Booker details projects to help Newarkers weather ‘economic hurricane’


Seattle Times

Ex-member of Crips gang in Seattle credits an adult mentor with helping him break from gang

UW braces for 600 layoffs; deeper state cuts could mean 800 lost jobs


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