today in black history

February 24, 2019

A.M.E. Bishop Daniel Payne, first Black president of a Black college (Wilberforce), is born on this date in 1811 in Charleston, SC.

Today in Black America - Feb. 2

POSTED: February 02, 2009, 12:00 am

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Steelers win on Holmes’ late TD grab

Super Bowl MVP Santonio Holmes…His catch was a winner

Super Scene: Black and gold sets the mood


The New York Times

Risks Are Vast in Revaluation of Assets

Welfare Aid Not Growing as Economy Drops Off

Bringing the Internet to Remote African Villages

Sins of Omission: Help for the Beleaguered Homeowner


Washington Post

Senators Looking to Make Changes in Stimulus Plan

As Obama Talks of Bipartisanship, Definitions Vary

Business Brisk at Area Libraries


The Christian Science Monitor

Stimulus may soften, not end, recession

How team of rivals could still save Zimbabwe

Funds tighten for fighting AIDS and malaria worldwide


Los Angeles Times

35 years later, Jerry Brown runs for governor again

The nation needs jobs, not a political agenda


Baltimore Sun

Who’s hiring? Uncle Sam


Detroit Free Press

Lenders step up to help with mortgages

Witnesses in metro Detroit overcome fear, risks to testify

GOP governors press for stimulus bill

More than 100 killed in tanker blast in Kenya


Chicago Tribune

The GOP and the audacity of nope

Sen. Roland Burris navigates the workings and halls of Congress

Smithsonian Institution wants Aretha Franklin’s Inauguration Day hat


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