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May 30, 2024

African American Episcopal Zion (A.M.E.Z.)Bishop James W. Hood, a fierce advocate for Blacks' rights, was born in 1831.

Today in Black America - April 22

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The New York Times

Opening Statements in Trump’s Criminal Trial to Begin Today

Who Are Key Players in the Trump Manhattan Criminal Trial?

What to Know About Laws That Limit or Ban D.E.I. Efforts at Colleges


The Associated Press

Prosecutors are set to make history with opening statements in hush money case against Trump

Local election workers fear threats to their safety as November nears. One group is trying to help

Autoworkers union celebrates breakthrough win in Tennessee and takes aim at more plants in the South


The Washington Post

The pandemic cost 7 million lives, but talks to prevent a repeat stall


At Trump’s N.Y. trial, the jury pool spoke, and he had to listen


Opinion: Why it matters that some Democrats voted against aid for Israel


USA Today

What to expect at week 2 of Donald Trump's NY hush money trial

Lack of Black WNBA players with signature shoe is gigantic problem


Supreme Court could let cities with no shelters ban sleeping outside


NJ.com

SAT scores for every N.J. high school, ranked. See which schools made the top 100.

Thousands of disabled kids and adults denied ‘life-altering’ help in N.J. budget, advocates say

N.J. AG investigating why man died in police custody


The Los Angeles Times

Column: Trump’s hush-money criminal trial could be a cure for ‘Trump amnesia’

Nearly 3 million Californians at risk of losing home internet service as subsidy expires

Suspect arrested in break-in at home of L.A. Mayor Karen Bass


The Chicago Sun-Times


Chicago police officer shot to death as his car is taken in Gage Park


Rummana Hussain: Watch and learn: Chicago Palestine Film Festival aims to entertain, educate

THE WATCHDOGS: Chicago-based Catholic order is keeping secrets about child-molesting clergy around the United States


The Atlanta Joural Constitution

Black Atlanta entrepreneurs struggle to get loans, venture funds

Orange Crush 2024: HBCU beach party draws crowds, chaos-free

Race-based test kept Black people from getting a kidney, lawsuit says




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