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In 1619 twenty Africans arrive in Jamestown, Virginia aboard a Dutch ship,forced into involuntary servitude.

Today in Black America - Dec. 8

POSTED: December 08, 2008, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

History and Amazement in House Race Outcome

Even Worse for Teens

Detroit Bailout is Set to Bring on More U.S. Oversight


Baltimore Sun

Killings rose as police cut OT

D.C. readies for Obama’s inauguration

Laptop searches raise constitutional, ethnic profiling concerns


Washington Post

Sudan’s Leaders Brace for U.S. Shift

White House Says Detroit Bailout Deal ‘Very Likely” Today

New Ridership Record Shows U.S. Still Lured to Mass Transit


The Christian Science Monitor

U.S. task: Put jobless into jobs

Can green firms grow in today’s downturn?


Los Angeles Times

Paul Volcker is back, and he warns of tough times ahead

Supreme Court denies appeal challenging Obama’s citizenship

Census Bureau counts on a new approach


Chicago Tribune

Governor pressures bank in worker sit-in


Detroit Free Press

Federal loans cheaper than bankruptcy, study says

Dodd: Job losses make Big 3 aid critical

Thousands of school kids routinely exposed to toxic chemicals


Boston Globe

Wilkerson to be arraigned in federal court

Blacks, Latinos build bond with biblical story

54th Massachusetts regiment to march in parade

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