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Rev. Jesse Jackson creates People United to Serve Humanity (PUSH), an offshoot of his "Operation Breadbasket," in 1971.

Today in Black America - Nov. 21

POSTED: November 21, 2008, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

6 Long Island Teens Charged With Hate Crimes

TV Ads Contribute to Childhood Obesity, Economists Say


Washington Post

Financial System Suffers Relaps

Bush signs law extending unemployment insurance

Many People Disregard Advice to Get HIV Tests, Studies Show

Arrests Made in Five Slayings Amid Surge of Violence

Enough


The Christian Science Monitor

How deep a recession?


Chicago Tribune

Plugged into city’s power

Children at risk in food roulette


Detroit Free Press

7 major Detroit mayoral candidates push agendas

UAW may give up jobs bank to revive auto loans

Aid groups fear for malnourished Haitian kids


Philadelphia Inquirer

Collapse of 25-year debt surge not just economic cycle


Baltimore Sun

Troublesome Pall Mall Apartments come down


Boston Globe

FBI arrests City Councilor Chuck Turner


Atlanta Journal Constitution

GOP appealing to a shrinking America


Uniform dress policy expands to all Clayton schools


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