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Today in Black America - March 28

POSTED: March 28, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Gates and Clinton Unite to Defend Libya Intervention, and Say It May Last Awhile

Traditional News Outlets — Living Among the Guerrillas

Washington’s New Brat Pack Masters Media

Gingrich on Bill Clinton: ‘It’s Not About Personal Behavior’

Supreme Court to Weigh Sociology Issue in Wal-Mart Discrimination Case

Philadelphia School Battles Students’ Bad Eating Habits, on Campus and Off

Cabrini-Green to Exit With Poetry and Lights

Pressures Continue to Mount for the Troubled Oakland Police

N.Y. Budget Deal Cuts Aid to Schools and Health Care

In Fight for Space, Educator Takes On Charter Chain

Non-Hispanic Whites Are Now a Minority in the 23-County New York Region

The Detroit Free Press

Rochelle Riley: Census data is cold reality for Detroit

MEA's advice to save up seen by some as preparation for a strike

Gov. Rick Snyder presses his budget as GOP looks for alternatives

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Auditor questions price of Atlanta justice

How deep is pension hole?

Michelle Obama will speak at Spelman commencement

The Christian Science Monitor

How to fix America's worst schools

Wisconsin union-gutting law took effect Saturday – or did it?

Do US nuclear plants have defective parts? NRC finds reporting flaws.

Newt Gingrich's flip-flops

Can Republicans salvage the Hispanic vote?

The Star Ledger

Christie appears at legislative redistricting meeting

Bayshore tea party group offers redistricting commission their version of N.J. legislative map

Newark teen found dead at hotel pool on California school trip could not swim, mom says

TSA employees at Newark airport praise newly granted collective bargaining rights

Elizabeth youth group cadets work to combat gangs, help put an end to street violence

N.J. Assembly speaker requests audit of selection process for school construction in poor districts

The Baltimore Sun

City workers arrested, charged with drinking, gambling on duty

New book about the riots of April 1968

State officials say radiation traces detected in air no concern

Chicago Tribune

From the projects, to Yale and back

Urban Native Americans feel they have a foot in two worlds

New benchmarks of social change

The Washington Post

The Republicans’ Hispanic problem

Census offers new proof that Hispanic, Asian growth skyrocketed in past decade

Wal-Mart to justices: Deny class action

Big stakes for the president in speech to nation

In a diverse America, who is my neighbor?

Property crimes surge at alarming rate in D.C.

Should the hearings be recorded?

Civil rights leader John L. Cashin Jr. dies at 82

The Los Angeles Times

'Value-added' teacher grades are formula for dispute

Fedde Academy in Hawaiian Gardens enacts ambitious change

New L.A. schools chief to take lower pay

People move in and out of poverty, census finds

When students' controversial words go viral, what is the university's role?

Democrat urges investigation into federal security contractors

USA Today

Senate to hold hearing on anti-Muslim bigotry

Women take case against Wal-Mart to highest court

When test scores soared in D.C., were the gains real?

Meet the press: Fed will hold briefings on economy, policy

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