'Daily Show': First Black Female Correspondent

In today's link roundup: Watch Jessica Williams' first segment. Plus: Occupy Congress holds daylong protest. 


Daily Show gets first black female correspondent: The show has received criticism in the past for not having enough women as part of its regular correspondents and writing team. Watch Jessica Williams' first segment here.

Occupy Congress holds daylong protest at Capitol: The Washington Post reports that so far, at least six have been arrested, one for trying to jump a police barricade.

How technology helps the Obama administration determine voters' hopes and fears: Slate explains project "Dreamcatcher" and how it works to figure out what matters to you.

No Child Left Behind, 10 years later: ColorLines enumerates the shortcomings of the landmark law.

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