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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 - March 6

POSTED: March 06, 2009, 12:00 am

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New York Times

Quiet Layoffs Sting Workers Without Notice

In Senate, Republicans Block Spending Measure

Obama Says He Is Open to Altering Health Plan

Paterson Shifts on Emissions, Drawing Fire


The Washington Post

U.S. to Invite The Wealthy To Invest in the Bailout

Homeowner Rescue Bill Passes House

A Bailout You Can’t Refuse

City on the Edge


Baltimore Sun

Steele should quit as GOP chairman, panel member says

Steele’s bluster vs. Doc’s ‘can do’

84,000 households at risk of utility shut-offs


The Christian Science Monitor

Time is ‘running out’ to save US automakers

Obama cites fiscal, moral imperatives for healthcare reform

Why 10,000 Ugandans are eagerly serving in Iraq


Los Angeles Times

Obama plan to prevent foreclosures won’t help many California homeowners

The ABCs of federal tax breaks for college education expenses


Detroit Free Press

GM warns: We still could fail

Cobo firestorm ignites racism charges, promise of court fight

Detroit City Council meeting or movie set?


Atlanta Journal Constitution

1 in 8 Georgia homeowners delinquent, in foreclosure

Gupta out of running for nation’s top doctor


USA Today

Black leaders set records in state legislatures

360-degree health care forum has rousing start


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