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Today in Black America - October 21

POSTED: October 21, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

N.A.A.C.P. Report Raises Concerns About Racism Within Tea Party Groups

Obama Tries to Shore Up the Party Base With a Western Campaign Swing

A Battered Landscape For a 2-Term Democrat

Who’s Sorry Now?

Writer Tends Land Where Ancestors Were Slaves

Early Action Could Aid in Admission, Report Finds

Police Discretion Is Issue in Injured Bystander’s Suit

Union Plans to Try to Block Release of Teacher Ratings

The Christian Science Monitor

Why Sen. Russ Feingold is trailing in Wisconsin polls

Anita Hill vs. Virginia Thomas: Is an apology due 19 years later?

In final days of Election 2010, watch out for rookie mistakes

Colbert-Stewart rally: Bigger than a tea party?

'The Daily Show,' Rolling Stone, and MTV: Obama's youth vote push

Baltimore Sun

Fewer black males are dropping out of school in Baltimore

Detroit Free Press

Poll: Dems ahead in 2 key congressional districts

Judge denies requests by Riddle, Waters to withdraw pleas

The Washington Post

NAACP backs report that ties racist groups to tea party

Is the NAACP trying to pick a fight with the Tea Party?

Incumbency at issue in Massachusetts race

Florida activists read between the lines on foreclosure paperwork

Republican Rep. Ryan's Social Security plan would cut benefits for high earners

Pr. George's council awaits data to weigh pay raises for county employees

Foreclosure freeze could put security clearances at risk

Star Ledger

N.J. man admits sending threatening e-mails to Latino civil rights groups

Opening arguments begin for N.J. family charged in $600K payroll scam

County executive says Essex faces $75M budget gap without N.J. pension, health insurance 'tool box'

Newark sanitation workers show up on furlough day to protest layoffs

Newark Mayor Cory Booker kicks off campaign to fight childhood obesity

Los Angeles Times

GOP gearing up for White House investigations

NPR commentator loses job over Muslim remark

GOP candidates' problem in California? Their party

Kamala Harris is a different kind of prosecutor

Philadelphia Inquirer

Voorhees mosque seen as a national model

School district's budget balanced for now, but touch choices loom

Federal agents subpoena Mellow aides in Harrisburg

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Upset over burglary, East Point councilman calls out police chief

Transportation secretary praises Atlanta streetcar project, leaves check

Chicago Tribune

Quinn, Brady point fingers in governor debate

Ex-Stroger deputy files for unemployment

Credit Obama shoulda embraced

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