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Bishop Stephen G. Spottswood of the African American Episcopal Zion Church, a fierce civil rights advocate, was born in 1897 in Boston.

Today in Black America - June 16

POSTED: June 16, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

As Obama Pushes Health Issue, New Cost Concerns Arise

Credit Issuers Slashing Card Balances

Sudanese Family Reunites in Brooklyn

Sotomayor Defends Ties to Association

Monserrate’s Flip Creates Tie in New York Senate

Tobacco Regulation Is Expected to Face a Free-Speech Challenge

The Washington Post

Calif. Aid Request Spurned By U.S.

Dealers Say They Were Led Astray in Chrysler's Final Days

Regulatory Revamp Targets Securities at Heart of Crisis

Same-Sex Marriage Gains Traction

Study Shows Possible Link Between Deaths and ADHD Drugs

The Christian Science Monitor

Clinton named special envoy to Haiti

Despite differences, Obama and medical community vow reform

Supreme Court takes up property-rights case

Blacks abandon San Francisco

Baltimore Sun

City police taking fears seriously

Hundreds protest bid to cut youth programs

Council passes new budget

Detroit Free Press

Free Detroit summer school draws a crowd

Bing makes history in forgoing Manoogian

Bing finds home among gated Detroit condos

Guilty plea brings prosecutors a step closer to Monica Conyers

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