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June 23, 2024

Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas was born on this date in 1948 in Pin Point, Georgia.

Today in Black America - May 17

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The New York Times

At Justice Samuel Alito’s House, a ‘Stop the Steal’ Symbol on Display

Storms Batter Houston, Leaving at Least 4 Dead

The End Is Near: 5 Takeaways From Donald Trump’s Criminal Trial

USA Today

Texas governor pardons man who killed Black Lives Matter protester

Decades after Brown v. Board, disparities prevail in teaching ranks

Opinion: Here are rules for Republicans heading to Trump's trial to tell lies

The Washington Post

Business titans privately urged New York City’s mayor to use police on Columbia protesters, chats show

Biden moves could help shape political landscape in his favor

Analysis: Only in the surreal Fox universe can James Comer be treated as credible

Cops arrest rifle-toting, camouflage-clad man seen walking around N.J. neighborhood

See inside massive $52M beachfront Jersey Shore resort that opens today

Body found inside 1 of 2 cars pulled from N.J. river, report says

The Los Angeles Times

Mayor Bass orders police ‘surge’ on Metro bus and rail routes

LAUSD police deployment to 20 schools collapses after one day amid opposition, confusion

Column: Inside the effort by two Beverly Hills billionaires to kill a state law protecting farmworkers

The Associated Press

70 years after Brown v. Board, America is both more diverse — and more segregated

Insults, shouting and chaos at House committee hearing

Funeral set for Roger Fortson, the Black US Air Force member killed in his home by Florida deputy

The Chicago Sun-Times

Kim Foxx wouldn’t prosecute gun cases tied to some minor traffic stops under new plan

Chicago Tribune journalists file discrimination suit against paper

Bears stadium debate should shift south to Michael Reese site, Civic Federation president says

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Legacy of Brown v. Board of Education in Georgia

Will Black men in Georgia vote for Biden or stay home?

PG A.M.: University System chancellor unveils needs-based scholarship plan

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