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British abolitionist William Wilberforce, for whom Wilberforce University in Ohio is named, was born in Hull, England in 1759.

Today in Black America - August 31

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Today in Black History: Livingstone College in Salisbury, NC, under the auspices of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church is founded in 1879.

The New York Times


National

As His Term Wanes, Obama Restores Workers’ Rights

Blow: Echoes of Emmett Till’s Killing


Wall St. Policy Poses a Challenge for Presidential Candidates

Republican Candidates Address Donald Trump and Volatility in Polls

Owned by Union, Amalgamated Bank Gives Lift to the Left

University of Texas at Austin Moves Confederate Statue


California Death Penalty, Struck Down Over Delays, Faces Next Test


Local

Defying Expectations, Mayor Ras Baraka Is Praised in All Corners of Newark

Mayor de Blasio Authorizes Emergency Measure to Aid Homeless People


The Christan Science Monitor


Southern justice now comes with diplomas


Were officials too quick to tie Texas deputy shooting to Black Lives Matter?

More than 1 in 6 children are obese: How parents and teachers can help


Death of a young black man in a Virginia prison sparks outrage

New York's unusual plan to build minority confidence in its cops (+video)


Philly.com


Philly schools seek 5,000 substitute teachers


Cop: Fired for refusing chief's sexual advances

As Common Core results trickle in, initial goals unfulfilled

Teacher late 111 times, cites breakfast



The Star Ledger

Christie defends 'FedEx' plan for tracking immigrants: 'I don't mean people are packages'

Middlesex teen shot dead outside Plainfield convenience store

Teen suspect sought in fatal Newark shooting


Newark murder spike threatens to overshadow Christie's 2016 Camden success story


The Chicago Tribune

8 wounded in city shootings

Rauner's $30,000-a-month budget consultant departs as state remains without budget

Ex-Chicago Comptroller Amer Ahmad, who fled to Pakistan, heads to U.S. prison


The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Former Steak 'n Shake employee sues for race and disability discrimination

Jimmy Dimora still believes his ethics reports clear him


State panel sets guidelines on police use of force, focusing on preserving life


Cleveland school attendance is critical for learning -- and success of schools transformation plan: Eric S. Gordon (Opinion)


The Los Angeles Times


Several San Quentin prison inmates have tested positive for Legionnaires' disease


The busboy who cradled a dying RFK has finally stepped out of the past


Brown seeks to broaden California's clean-energy reach in the West

L.A. board members will interview 2 firms to help them find a schools chief


It took hunting to find L.A. school board meeting on superintendent hunt


USA Today

Obama administration renames Mount McKinley to Denali

Male kindergarten teachers defy gender assumptions


‘All lives matter’ is off-point: Other views



The Washington Post


As Scott Walker slumps, his backers seek a reboot

Opinion: I'm Alison Parker's father. I will fight for gun control.


Cruz’s claim that Obama administration policy led to release of ‘104,000 violent criminal aliens’

After Katrina, this family fled to Nebraska. Now, they're in need of another rescue.

Left behind, New Orleans’s black middle class wonders: What recovery?

The enlightening legacy of the Rosenwald schools


Amid glittering renewal, violence evokes a neighborhood’s bloody past

Cacophony conceals fallacy of D.C. mayor’s plan to address homicide rate


Panel may look at how pretrial practices affect disparities in justice








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