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News Briefing: Deficits Prompt Cutbacks at NAACP

By Kate Golden on June 8, 2007No Comment
  • Arab pop stars perform series of concerts to aid Darfur.  [Reuters]
  • AIDS study suggests that India has millions fewer victims than had been widely believed.  [New York Times]
  • George Clooney, Matt Damon use premiere of Ocean’s 13 to talk about Darfur.  [Associated Press]
  • The NAACP is cutting roughly 40% of its staff and closing seven regional offices to cover three years of budget shortfalls.  [Baltimore Sun]
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