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Today in Black America - November 11

POSTED: November 11, 2015, 9:00 am

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Today in Black History: Nat Turner was hung on this date in 1831 for leading the largest slave revolt in U.S. History.

The New York Times

National

White House Seeks to Ease Veterans’ Access to Care

G.O.P. Debate Reveals Divide Over Issue of Immigration

Watch: Analysis of the G.O.P. Debate

A Real Missouri ‘Concerned Student 1950’ Speaks, at Age 89

Los Angeles Police Urged to Review Use of Force After ‘Alarming’ Rise in Shootings

West Virginia Ruling Could Clarify the Rights of Criminal Defendants

Alabama 8-Year-Old Charged With Murder in Toddler’s Beating

Korean War Memorial Group Finds More Aid in Korea Than in U.S.


Local


Prosecutors Allege Persistent Heating Oil Fraud in New York City

Cuomo to Raise Minimum Wage to $15 for All New York State Employees

Mayor de Blasio’s Group Abandons Plans for Inequality Forum in Iowa

Testimony at Sheldon Silver’s Trial Suggests How Lucrative Mesothelioma Was



The Christian Science Monitor

Juvenile incarceration rate has dropped in half. Is trend sustainable?


The Star Ledger

Is it time for N.J. to establish courts only for veterans?

N.J. school defends assignment about drinking, sex and herpes

Take voting laws out of Christie's hands | Editorial

Christie's new tax plan would cost 40% of N.J. taxpayers an average $16,682 deduction

Jindal blasts Christie: 'He can't defend his record' (VIDEO)


Philly.com


Cheyney backers rally for support

2 sleeping Philly cops to be disciplined

Why doesn't the Marian Anderson Awards also help fund her struggling house museum in South Philly

Kenney: Expect improved relations after first 100 days

Big decrease in number of 'dropout factory' high schools


The Detroit Free Press

DPS says it's chipping away at deficit

Gov. Rick Snyder signs $1.2B road funding package

Report: 71% of youth ineligible for military


The Los Angeles Times

Next L.A. schools chief: A politically savvy educator who's a superhero?

Why the success of the $15 minimum wage movement has surprised its leaders

ACLU faults California law enforcement response to Prop. 47

Shootings by LAPD double in 'alarming' trend, police commission president says


The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Cleveland students protest: They say plans to split up Rhodes High will ruin the "traditional high school experience"

Post-debate analysis: John Kasich scored on Donald Trump, but people will remember the boos

Case Western Reserve University and Ohio University medical schools join consortium to improve medical education

Cleveland to pay protester $5,000 for jailing during Michael Brelo demonstrations


The Washington Post

When these black football players tried to protest in 1969, it ended very differently

Can colleges protect free speech while curbing voices of hate?

This chemistry fire demonstration has repeatedly burned students

Hillary Clinton wades into the internal Democratic battle over public schools

A serious rant about education jargon and how it hurts efforts to improve schools

Project to recognize ‘high schools of opportunity’ for all students goes national

They got the U. Missouri chancellor and system president fired. Now they have more demands.

Feds: White supremacists plotted to attack synagogues, black churches


The Chicago Sun-Times


Funeral for 9-year-old slain in gang violence

New analysis shows Chicago cops almost never disciplined for misconduct

Data: Chicago's better but still one of the worst cities for veterans


USA Today

Fact check: The fourth Republican debate

McDonald's fires worker who threw water on homeless man







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