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Today in Black America - September 3

POSTED: September 03, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

With ’08 on Their Minds, Democrats Gather in Charlotte

A Spotlight With Precedent Beckons a Mayor From Texas


As Democratic Convention Nears, Demonstrators Take to the Streets of Charlotte


The Other Power in the West Wing


Convention Bounce for Romney Looks Modest, So Far


Ryan Admits Misstating Marathon Time


School Choice Is No Cure-All, Harlem Finds



The Charlotte Observer


Convention is Obama camp’s not-so-secret weapon in N.C.

800 march in Charlotte, decrying financial system


New N.C. poll gives Romney small lead


UNC panel: Changing demographics leave South’s political future in flux


The Christian Science Monitor


The silver-collar economy

Now surge-tested, levees around New Orleans get post-Isaac inspections


Bad week for voter ID laws. Will Supreme Court weigh in before election?

They give inner-city kids an educational camp experience


The Star Ledger

Double stabbing in Camden leaves boy, 6, dead, sister critically injured, two others unharmed


Abraham Lincoln's dilemma on display at New Brunswick exhibit

NAACP to N.J. State Police: End bias in hiring or we'll sue

New report puts a harrowing face on the plight of N.J.'s working poor


The Detroit Free Press


Weak jobs rate in Michigan may be 'the new normal'

Charter HS founded by Jalen Rose changes direction, staff heading into 2nd year


A year inside Jalen Rose's Detroit charter school

Rochelle Riley: Black delegates sing, pray, prepare to fight for Obama

Will Victor Mercado's finger-pointing save him in Kwame Kilpatrick trial?

The charges Kwame Kilpatrick is facing


The Washington Post

Exit from Bain gave Romney rare benefits in retirement

Will Obama face anti-business charges at DNC?

Labor Day


Capehart: Taking Romney to task over the chair


Fort Ward’s residents’ journey from Civil War to civil rights


Gray looks to make good on promise of 2010 election campaign



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Shifting population could help Democrats in Georgia


Despite voter ID law, minority turnout up in Georgia


The Chicago Tribune


Illinois Democrats see changes in convention delegation

City Colleges, teachers union reach tentative deal

After 17 years behind bars, South Side man walks free


Majority of CPS students will begin school under strike threat


The Los Angeles Times

Principals who let students make up failed class are reassigned

State senator's trial may begin just before election

Summer program gives farmworkers' children a taste of college

California teacher evaluation bill abandoned by lawmakers


USA Today

Obama pre-convention ad hits Romney on taxes

Biden hammers GOP's economic plans

AP: N.Y. probing equity firms, including Bain

6 challenges affecting U.S. workers



The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Jobs with mid-range pay are disappearing from Cleveland area labor market

Ohio lawmakers plan a uniform municipal-income-tax bill, but local leaders worry about the details

Teach For America teachers start school year in local charter schools


United Way backing Cleveland school tax levy




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