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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 28

POSTED: September 28, 2022, 5:30 am

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The Associated Press


Progressive Democrats frustrated with 2022 primary losses

Democrats in Florida seek to win over Latinos on gun control

Churches defend clergy loophole in child sex abuse reporting


The New York Times

Stone Promoted Violence, Then Sought Pardon After Jan. 6, Evidence Shows


McConnell Endorses Electoral Count Overhaul, Lifting Chances of Enactment


Biden Says Social Security Is on ‘Chopping Block’ if Republicans Win Congress


USA Today


'Catastrophic flooding': Ian could douse Florida for days, forecasters say

47 deputies stripped of guns after ex-Stockton cop charged in slayings

'Taking control of our own lives': Va. students walk out over transgender policy


The Washington Post

Major hurricane landfall expected along Florida’s west coast

Thousands evacuate as storm barrels toward Florida

Media company hacked; racist push notifications sent to Apple iPhones


NJ.com

14 officers, including top official, indicted over violent attack, coverup at Edna Mahan, N.J. women’s prison

N.J. city makes it illegal for gas stations to fuel ATVs and dirt bikes that drive up to the pump

N.J. might require stores sanitize reusable bags, refund shoppers after bag ban goes awry


The Baltimore Sun

Cox faces tough questions at his solo Morgan State gubernatorial forum

Backers of Baltimore term-limit ballot question kick off campaign to sway voters

Dan Rodricks: Maryland law prof makes case for barring insurrectionist from holding office. Is Trump next?


The Los Angeles Times

Jan. 6 still has the power to shock. But will it move California voters?

Newsom signs 13 abortion protection and reproductive health bills


UCLA wants more students but has no room. So it’s buying a campus in Rancho Palos Verdes


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


ONLY ON AJC | Ask Mark: Answers to your questions about Georgia elections

As powerful hurricane bears down on Florida, Georgia braces for a hit

‘Keep choppin’ Republicans slam White House for suggesting a Braves rebrand


The Chicago Sun-Times


Top CPS officials privately warned a new Near South school could undermine neighboring schools, harm Black students

Lawmaker to block $50M for Near South Side high school until Lightfoot, CPS address community concerns

‘He’s very strong.’ 13-year-old continues recovery after being shot in his head on Lower West Side







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