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Today in Black America - April 19

POSTED: April 19, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Reaching Out Quietly to Muslims in America

Obama Health Team Turns to Carrying Out Law

Top Goldman Leaders Said to Have Overseen Mortgage Unit

S.E.C. Puts Wall St. on Notice

Unemployment Is Tied to Big Drop in Demand

Why Newer Appointees Offer Fewer Surprises

Black or Biracial? Census Forces a Choice for Some

Alternate Path for Teachers Gains Ground

The F.C.C. and the Internet

The Christian Science Monitor

Do university rules discriminate against student faith groups?

Obama's 'tea party' complex

Ahmadinejad flexes military muscle as news of secret Gates Iran memo ripples

Baltimore Sun

Police, firefighters unions at odds with city over pension fix

MICA reaches out to the community

Higher fines proposed to curb public drunkenness

Baltimore mural on social justice dedicated

Detroit Free Press

With a bat and determination, principal is turning Denby around

Attorney General, Bobb meet on DPS options

Bobb's plans for Detroit schools blocked by judge

Judge's decision may jeopardize plans to help Detroit children

Bobb to appeal decision

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Lobbyist, lawmakers hobnob days before Legislature convenes

Committees to interview candidates for key Atlanta posts

The Washington Post

North Carolina Democrats' votes against health care push labor to form party

Five myths about the labor union movement

Militia movement will be packing heat at rally on the Potomac

Activist Al Sharpton takes on new role as administration ally

Report examines violent attacks on U.S. college campuses

Star Ledger

Quality teacher recruitment could be hurt by school cuts, N.J. education leaders warn

NJ Transit expects ridership to decline after large fare increase

Poll shows N.J. residents are divided over U.S. health care law

First Arab-American appointed to N.J. Superior Court in Hunterdon County

Newark police plan to install onboard cameras in patrol cars

Los Angeles Times

Few trust the government, poll finds

Back on the trail, Jerry Brown visits South L.A. pulpits

Diverse opinions and a plan of action at youth summit

Unions criticize California bill aimed at improving the policing of healthcare workers

Villaraigosa endorses Kamala Harris in race for attorney general

Chicago Tribune

In Oklahoma City, a new anti-government wave

Improving the lives of black boys

Champaign mayor doubts Obama is an American

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