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Today in Black America - March 25

POSTED: March 25, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Many U.S. Blacks Moving to South, Reversing Trend

Census Data Presents Rise in Multiracial Population of Youths


U.S. Group Stirs Debate on Being ‘Pro-Israel’

Even While Taking a Chance With Libya, Obama Is Playing It Low-Key

Lobbyists’ Long Effort to Revive Nuclear Industry Faces New Test


New York City’s Population Barely Rose in the Last Decade, the Census Finds


The Message of Labor, Proclaimed Through Song


The Detroit Free Press

Ex-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick tells why he lied about affair -- likely would again


Kilpatrick diagnosed with traumatic stress disorder; SkyTel disputes it


Ex-Kwame Kilpatrick aide Christine Beatty denies any e-mails tied to Tamara Greene killing

Kilpatrick corruption case: Judge shuts door on leaks of evidence

150 Michigan school systems on verge of going broke


Metro Detroit school districts fearful of being taken over by emergency financial managers

Census fallout: Detroit races to amend laws

Metro Detroit Muslims hoping to welcome controversial Florida pastor


The Christian Science Monitor

What Wisconsin says about labor unions' clout in America

Census data show Hispanic boom. How it could impact US politics.

For safer nuclear power plants, leave the '70s era behind


US gets its wish: NATO to assume control of Libya no-fly zone


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Ga. unemployment fund near empty

Freaknik bids for comeback

Thousands protest immigration bills


The Star Ledger


N.J. health commissioner is expected to announce her resignation

Atlantic City casino hotel workers union sues to nix $261M state aid to Revel casino


55-year-old Jersey City woman faces drug charges

N.J. unemployment rate rises to 9.2 percent as 'discouraged' workers resume their job search


The Baltimore Sun

Consuming Interests: Maryland is No. 2 in the country -- for fraud

Officials hope baseball can once again bring city kids together


Delegates send $14.6 billion budget to Senate



Chicago Tribune

Man gets 32 years in prison in videotaped beating death of Fenger student


Man convicted in 1994 rape, murder hopes DNA test clears his name

Threat to lay off 363 teachers prompts student walkouts

Cook County health care CEO William Foley resigns


The Washington Post

D.C.’s black majority slips away


Census: Number of Hispanics, Asians skyrocket

Wealth declined for most households in recession


States target jobless benefits


Wis. Dems: We’ll win back Senate

Postal Service announces job cuts

Teen’s disappearance baffles police


The Los Angeles Times

In major cuts, Gov. Jerry Brown slashes services for poor, sick and elderly


California employers could be hit with big tax bill for jobless benefits, auditor warns


Californians' wealth took one of the biggest hits in the recession

Final city election tallies give Parks a third term


USA Today

Can Tea Party groups get behind one candidate for '12?


Census: Hispanic, Asian populations soar

In D.C., blacks are no longer the majority




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