today in black history

March 18, 2017

Civil rights pioneer Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth was born on this date in 1922 in Birmingham, Alabama.

Today in Black America - Jan. 9

POSTED: January 09, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Senate Allies Fault Obama on Stimulus

Bill Easing Unionizing is Under Heavy Attack

Oakland Simmers After Night of Violence

Washington Post

Geithner Preparing Overhaul of Bailout

Obama Team Asks Congress to Postpone Digital TV Switch

Suit Seeks Early Counsel for Defendants

Boston Globe

Memorial to King still only a dream

Harvard’s Sunstein to oversee regulation

The Christian Science Monitor

Obama’s case for action

Chávez restores free home heating oil program to US poor

Falling US consumer spending making tough times tougher

Los Angeles Times

Eric Holder pushed for controversial clemency

Democrats focus on workplace bias

L.A. coalition unveils affordable-housing plan

Baltimore Sun

Obama officially confirmed as president-elect

Bribery charges against Baltimore councilwoman called difficult to prove

Community says Councilman Oliver could be more active than he is

Detroit Free Press

Tributes go global for Motown’s 50th

UAW strike could kill auto loans

Cockrel’s candidacy may face challenge today

San Francisco Chronicle

Oakland protest organizer watched in horror

BART shooting victim’s family decries violence

BART directors apologize to slain man’s family

Chicago Tribune

House panel unanimously approves report accusing Gov. Rod Blagojevich of wide range of offenses

Roland Burris asked ex-Rod Blagojevich aide about Senate seat

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