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Today in Black America - July 28

POSTED: July 28, 2016, 8:00 am

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Today in Black History: NAACP stages a "Silent March" in 1917 along New York's Fifth Avenue to protest lynchings in the United States.

Obama: 'America is great already'

FactCheck: Day 3 of the Democratic National Convention

At least 35 taken into custody in nighttime protests

The Philly delegates won't see: 'People want jobs ... what's a president going to do about that?'

Some near the Wells Fargo Center fed up with the DNC

Inside the ‘other’ DNC where the corporation is king

Democrats' convention goal: Shift voters' thinking about Hillary Clinton

The New York Times

President Labels Trump a Threat to American Values

Watch: Kaine Accepts Vice-Presidential Nomination

Deep-Pocketed Clinton Donors Return to the Fore

Democrats’ Divisions Linger, but Parties Have Seen Worse

Day 3 Takeaways: America First in the World

Clinton’s Convention Is for TV. Trump’s Is for Twitter.

EDITORIAL: The Long March

Blow: Incandescent With Rage

The Christian Science Monitor

In Philadelphia, Democrats struggle with stereotypes – of other Democrats

Electing Hillary: Bill Clinton's toughest political challenge?

Democrats battle Trump with optimism

Celebrities speak at DNC, campaign against Trump: Will it sway voters?

The Detroit Free Press

Day 3 takeaways: Obama leads parade of all-stars for Clinton

Mayor Mike Duggan touts Detroit turnaround at Democratic convention

Flint mayor uses convention speech to draw attention to crisis

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Martin O'Malley accurately quoted Trump on global warming: DNC 2016 Fact Check

DNC 2016: Tim Kaine focuses on trust, mocks Donald Trump in convention speech

Hillary Clinton's flawed candidacy can't mask the GOP's number problems: Brent Larkin

With Obama speaking inside, protests again erupt outside DNC in Philly

WikiLeaks emails show Democratic staffers suggested causing labor disturbances at RNC in Cleveland

The Chicago Tribune

Some facts stretched a bit on day 3 of Democratic convention

Obama boosts Clinton: 'Carry her the same way you carried me'

Analysis: Clinton has one big edge on Trump — her supporting cast is stronger

Winners and losers from the third night of the Democratic convention

The Los Angeles Times

What political revolution? Inside the parties for lawmakers and special interests at the Democratic convention

The Washington Post

Obama: Clinton will advance U.S. ideals — ones Trump doesn’t share

Obama shares his positive vision of a nation whose diversity is a strength

Not following in the footsteps of Bill Clinton or Ronald Reagan, Obama forgoes valedictory-type speech

More than 500 miles apart, Trump and Biden debate compassion

After seeking to bolster Clinton in acceptance speech, Kaine prepares for Richmond rally Monday

Fact checking the third day of the 2016 Democratic National Convention

Chants of 'No more war' interrupt former CIA director Leon Panetta

USA Today

Embracing Clinton, Obama says she'll 'finish the job'

As Obama speaks, chaos and arrests outside DNC

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