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Educator and health advocate Betty Shabazz, wife of Malcolm X, was born on this date in 1936 in Detroit, Michigan.

Today in Black America - April 19

POSTED: April 19, 2024, 8:00 am

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The Associated Press

Trump loses bid to halt Jan. 6 lawsuits while he fights criminal charges in the 2020 election case

Biden’s new Title IX rules protect LGBTQ+ students, but transgender sports rule still on hold


12 students and teacher killed at Columbine to be remembered at 25th anniversary vigil



The New York Times


Over 100 Arrested at Columbia After Pro-Palestinian Protest

Drought Pushes Millions Into ‘Acute Hunger’ in Southern Africa


Editorial: Military Aid to Israel Cannot Be Unconditional



NJ.com


N.J. bridges were checked after the 4.8 magnitude earthquake. Here’s what inspectors found.

‘She molested my daughter!’ Mom accuses teacher of assault at N.J. school board meeting.


Making New Jersey a real democracy | Opinion



USA Today

25 years after Columbine, mass shooting trauma still ‘seared into us'


Man who lost son in Robb Elementary shooting criticizes Uvalde shirt sold at Walmart; store issues apology

Americans think they need $1.8 million to retire. Is it realistic?



The Washington Post


Tumultuous Trump trial day ends with 12 jurors, 1 alternate selected


The Post endorses Angela Alsobrooks in Maryland’s Democratic Senate primary


Kennedy family members endorse Biden in rebuke of RFK Jr.



The Los Angeles Times

USC students protest the ‘silencing’ of valedictorian with cancellation of speech


Two shootings by LAPD officers are under investigation


California in a jam after borrowing billions to pay unemployment benefits



The Chicago Sun-Times

CTA touts ‘Second Chance’ program for ex-offenders, but few end up with permanent jobs


Chicago Teachers Union demanding 9% annual raises, won't rule out a strike


Natalie Y. Moore: ‘Shame of Chicago, Shame of the Nation’ looks back at city’s racist housing history


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Georgia is pivotal in 2024; so are its voters

DeKalb CEO candidates present vision for county

2nd arrest made after student takes loaded gun to Forsyth middle school




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