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Today in Black America - October 4

POSTED: October 04, 2022, 10:30 am

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The Associated Press

Herschel Walker paid for girlfriend’s abortion, report says

Hurricane Ian shakes SW Florida’s faith but can’t destroy it

Trump at center of Oath Keepers novel defense in Jan. 6 case


The New York Times


The Influential Group Helping Eric Adams Identify a Vision for New York

Republican Group’s Ads Take On Fetterman Over Gun Incident Involving Black Jogger


Three Huge Supreme Court Cases That Could Change America



The Baltimore Sun


Maryland’s highest court to hear mail-in ballot counting dispute Friday

Baltimore City Council approves first major changes to city’s police district map in more than 60 years

Baltimore Police searching for 1-year-old boy


USA Today


Race affects social media posts about missing children. Here's how.

The Onion wades into Supreme Court case with argument as parody


Exclusive: Democrat Fetterman hangs onto 6-point lead over GOP's Dr. Oz in Pennsylvania Senate race



NJ.com

N.J. schools must notify parents when they lock kids in padded ‘quiet rooms,’ proposed law says

N.J. leaders — including all former governors — honor Jim Florio at memorial service

Turning a Newark ‘no-man’s land’ into a residential neighborhood


The Los Angeles Times

Hackers release data after LAUSD refuses to pay ransom

Hiltzik: How did America get addicted to a policy that fails everyone but the rich?

Ask Hollywood, and ‘all Black people do’ is ‘protest.’ This new doc rejects that


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Stunning developments dog Herschel Walker’s campaign at pivotal time


Herschel Walker’s campaign in turmoil as adult son accuses him of violence, lying


Where the candidates for Georgia’s Senate seat stand on the issues


The Washington Post


U.S.: Oath Keepers, Rhodes attacked ‘bedrock of democracy’ on Jan. 6

Robinson: After Ian, Florida can’t rebuild the same way. It can be better.

NFL’s failed diversity ‘rule’ spread to corporate America and fell short there, too



The Chicago Sun-Times

Mateo Zastro’s mother calls on assailants to surrender. ‘Turn yourselves in because my pain is starting to turn to anger.’

‘Punch 9 for Harold Washington’: Powerful doc recalls the surprising rise of Chicago’s first Black mayor

Ben Jealous: Black women are holding Trump accountable






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