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Teacher, abolitionist and feminist Sarah Jane Early was born in 1825.

Today in Black America - Feb. 27

POSTED: February 27, 2009, 8:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama’s Budget Plan Sweeps Away Reagan Ideas

Pentagon to Allow Photos of Soldiers’ Coffins

Iraq Withdrawal Plan Gains G.O.P. Support

Report Shows More Signs of Downturn

G.M. Loses $9.6 Billion; Rick Wagoner in Washington

Uptown Shrine's Upbeat Anniversary

70 Youths Sue Former Judges in Detention Kickback Case


Washington Post

At Split Ends on Tax Increase

In $3.6 Trillion Budget, Obama Signals Broad Shift in Priorities

White House Plan Would End Subsidies to Student Lenders

D.C. Voting Measure Clears the Senate


The Christian Science Monitor

Jump in new jobless claims

Sierra Leone verdict warns world’s warlords


Boston Globe

J.P. Morgan now cutting up to 14,000 jobs


Detroit Free Press

GM’s immense loss illustrates challenges

Ford tops for Detroit in annual Consumer Reports list

Callaway accuses Detroit school board of corruption

Obama's budget focuses on workers


Baltimore Sun


Web site details black history in W. Md.


Chicago Tribune

Obama budgets most dramatic change in decades

Quinn pushing Burris to walk

O, Roland W. Burris, you make us so nervous







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