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Today in Black America - March 9

POSTED: March 09, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

President’s Political Protector is Ever Close at Hand

Unions Face Obstacles in Effort to Reunite

G.O.P. Senators Say Some Big Banks Can Be Allowed to Fail

Who’s Filibustering Now?


The Washington Post

Money Stimulates Debate in States Over Plan’s Goals

The Audacity of Audacity

U.S. Downturn Dragging World into Recession


The Christian Science Monitor

Drawdown in Iraq begins: 12,000 troops to return by fall

As big banks falter, community banks do fine

From Alabama civil rights tribute, higher hopes for race relations


Los Angeles Times

G.O.P. sees its 2010 chances improve – thanks to Obama

A bumpy beginning for RNC Chairman Michael Steele

One layoff leads to another


Baltimore Sun

NAACP official says police targeted him with drug arrest

Under Obama, no mass firings of U.S. attorneys


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Morris Brown president: ‘We’re in a truly crisis situation’

Morris Brown building auctioned for $900K


Chicago Tribune

As Obama pushes, some Dems resist

Youth movement sweeps India politics

Oak Park couple travel far and wide to buy only from black-owned businesses

G.O.P. leader Michael Steele’s apology to Rush Limbaugh came with a price


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