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Today in Black America - January 25

POSTED: January 25, 2022, 10:00 am

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The Associated Press

Prosecutors: Video will show 3 cops violated Floyd’s rights

Biden calls Fox News reporter at White House a stupid SOB

EXPLAINER: Supreme Court takes up race in college admissions


The New York Times


What the Trump Documents Might Tell the Jan. 6 Committee

Democratic officials, heeding voters, are starting to talk about living with the virus.

The U.S. Labor Movement Is Popular, Prominent and Also Shrinking


USA Today


SAT to go online-only by 2024 as colleges ditch standardized tests

Pfizer and BioNTech announce plans to test omicron-specific COVID-19 vaccine in adult trials

Remembering: The pandemic’s victims in America’s nursing homes


The Baltimore Sun


Baltimore’s Helping Up Mission used to be a shelter for only men. Starting next month women will be welcome
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U.S. HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge visits Baltimore to tout federal home health grants

Prosecutor: Maryland teenager charged with shooting classmate bought gun online, friend helped build it


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Fulton judges greenlight special grand jury for Trump probe

‘This one hurts’: Mayor, chief frustrated after 6-month-old shot dead...

EXCLUSIVE: Key information missing from Georgia’s criminal records database


NJ.com

N.J. reports 24 COVID deaths, 4,338 cases — fewest daily positive tests in nearly 6 weeks

These N.J. schools provide COVID vaccines, tests to anyone. Find a clinic here.

Murphy nominates acting Human Services Commissioner to run N.J.’s most demanding department


The Los Angeles Times


The last American slave ship lies 20 feet underwater. Its legacy runs far deeper

Under growing scrutiny, SAT makes big changes

Editorial: California must do more to get bad doctors out of the profession


The Washington Post


Opinion: My college stopped relying heavily on the SAT. Enrollment of students of color climbed.

Georgia prosecutor granted special grand jury in probe of Trump’s efforts to overturn state’s vote results

Free N95 masks now available at some U.S. pharmacies


The Chicago Sun-Times


CPS’ top education, health officials leaving as CEO announces major shakeup in leadership team

Two years ago, another little girl was shot in Little Village. She survived but still struggles with the trauma. ‘The ones who pay are innocent victims.’

Nikole Hannah-Jones on her speech that jolted Union League Club audience: ‘I can probably never do it again’

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