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Today in Black America - March 23

POSTED: March 23, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

U.S. Rounding Up Investors to Buy Bad Assets

For Populism, a Return to Economic Roots

Oakland Seeking Answers in Police Killing


The Washington Post

Advisers To Obama Wary of Bonus Tax

Multiracial Pupils to Be Counted in a New Way

Honor to Obama Splits Ga. House

Paying the Bills With Prayers and Phone Calls


The Christian Science Monitor

Can US let AIG fail?

Obama redeploys his grass-roots network to push budget

Reviving cars and newspapers

Down times spark start-ups


Baltimore Sun

Parole fee burdens ex-offenders

For police, phone numbers connect with community


Detroit Free Press

Retailers push alternative to union bill

Cockrel to delay action on plan to eliminate Detroit’s deficit

Barsamian in Detroit helps students get back on track


Los Angeles Times

AIG brand, once golden, is now a liability

Mournful calm follows Oakland firestorm


Chicago Tribune

What to do if…

Economy ‘will bottom out this year:’ W.H.


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Income ladder a tough climb for U.S. worker

How three people changed their career


San Francisco Chronicle

Delay in ex-BART cop’s murder case

Oakland police deaths: What went wrong?


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