today in black history

September 26, 2020

Conductor William Levi Dawson, who led the Tuskegee Choir for 25 years, was born in 1899 in Anniston, Alabama.

Today in Black America - Dec. 26

POSTED: December 26, 2008, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Expansion of Clinics Shapes a Bush Legacy

Eartha Kitt, a Seducer of Audiences, Dies at 81

Welfare as We Knew It


Washington Post

Firms Charge Thousands to Modify Mortgages

Gang Intelligence Center’s Size Belies its Mission


Chicago Tribune

Chicago, America’s most segregated big city

Lack of attendance at a Christmas service shows Barack Obama’s church dilemma


Detroit Free Press

Can Cockrel survive to stay Detroit mayor?

Young Detroiters giving a fresh spin to Kwanzaa

Strings on auto loans risky for retirees


Boston Globe

Mortgage practice hindering recovery

Life for the First Children


Indianapolis Star

Kwanzaa is a cultural holiday that offers time to reflect on the past, build for the future


The News & Observer

Father of 3-year-old on suicide watch


The Seattle Times

U.S. black women shrinking, data show


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