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Today in Black America - Jan. 22

POSTED: January 22, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

On Day One, Obama Sets a New Tone

On Palestinian Question, Tough Choices for Obama

Obama to Shut Guantanamo Site and CIA Prisons

Parsons is Named Chairman of Citigroup


Washington Post


D.C.’s Inauguration Head Count: 1.8 Million

Obama Sworn In Again, With Right Words

Republicans Obstruct Holder’s Path to Justice Dept.


The Christian Science Monitor

The role of religion under Obama

U.S. Supreme Court says parents can sue school officials under discrimination laws

What it might take for the U.S. to remain No. 1


Chicago Tribune


On first day, Obama and first lady meet White House visitors; emotions run high for some

Readers wonder how Obama worked magic

Survey: Political engagement hits 40-year high for college freshmen; money concerns also up


Baltimore Sun

Baltimore posts fourth-highest TV audience for inauguration in the U.S.

United Way aims to raise $1 million emergency fund

City taxpayers could pay for Dixon’s defense


Detroit Free Press

A touch of Motown in Obama

Kilpatrick might leave county jail Feb. 2

Intense review of Michigan prisons due today


Los Angeles Times

President Obama swiftly sets course on Day One

Microsoft to slash 5,000 jobs, misses on 2Q profit

New-home construction falls to all-time low

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