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November 30, 2022

Shirley Anita St. Hill (later Chisholm) is born in Brooklyn, New York on this day in 1924, and would later win election to Congress.

Today in Black America - September 23

POSTED: September 23, 2022, 8:00 am

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USA Today

White woman who called 911 on Black bird-watcher loses suit over termination

Celtics suspend Ime Udoka for season for 'violations of team policies'


Black and Hispanic children suffer disproportionately from asthma. Climate change is making it worse.


The New York Times


As Trump’s Legal Woes Mount, So Do Financial Pressures on Him

Former President Trump claimed he declassified the Mar-a-Lago documents. Why don’t his lawyers say so in court?

Misleading and toxic posts about the Nov. 8 midterm vote have flooded social media. Here are three prevalent themes.


Associated Press


Alabama halts execution because of time, IV access concerns

Trump’s legal woes mount without protection of presidency

'Out of control' STD situation prompts call for changes


The Washington Post

Jan. 6 Twitter witness: Failure to curb Trump spurred ‘terrifying’ choice

Dearie asks Trump lawyers whether they believe FBI lied about seized documents

Trump faces growing legal peril as he seeks to raise profile ahead of 2024


NJ.com

A staffing shortage is hurting patient care, N.J. nurses say. Most have considered leaving bedsides.

Young Linden football standout dies of apparent head trauma from Sept. 9 game


Newark Airport’s new Terminal A opening and AirTrain replacement both facing delays


The Baltimore Sun


‘Black hero’ or ‘servant’? Supporters push for Marylander who served in War of 1812 to get VA tombstone.

First town hall to discuss Johns Hopkins private police force is ended by protesters and moved to online-only format

Baltimore County Police officer punching teen was ‘outrageous’ behavior, says attorney for 17-year-old in Woodlawn altercation


The Los Angeles Times


Endorsement: Brenes and Gonez for L.A. Unified school board

After string of teen overdoses, L.A. schools will get OD reversal drug naloxone

After years of delays, the Crenshaw/LAX Line is finally set to open next month



The Chicago Sun-Times

Lightfoot accused of scrapping Chicago Fire Department promotion list to punish controversial City Council member

Lightfoot to Biden administration on environmental racism claims: See you in court

Quitting time? Pritzker says embattled state Sens. Emil Jones III, Michael Hastings ‘must resign from their offices’



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


OPINION: Democratic women are running on abortion, even in deep red Georgia

DeKalb school board reluctantly passes divisive concepts policy

APS rescinds recommendation for principal for new Midtown elementary





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