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February 08, 2023

Three S.C. State College students were killed while protesting a segregated bowling alley in the "Orangeburg Massacre" in 1968.

Today in Black America - December 8

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The Associated Press

Biden approval, views of economy steady, sour: AP-NORC poll

Bill protecting same-sex, interracial unions set for passage

Africa forum hails 'circular economy' solutions for climate



The New York Times

Brittney Griner Is Freed in Prisoner Swap With Russia


Analysis: Trump and His Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad 3 Weeks

Inside the Fight to Pay Food Delivery Workers $23 an Hour



The Washington Post


Brittney Griner released in swap for Russian arms dealer

As shellshocked GOP begins midterm autopsy, Trump’s influence in question

Trump’s isolation deepens as Georgia loss adds to 2024 bid’s rocky start



USA Today

Biden to announce federal bailout for troubled union pension fund

Rep. Ocasio-Cortez under investigation by House Ethics Committee

Supreme Court hears arguments on election laws


The Baltimore Sun

Protesters at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor support sick leave for rail workers, criticize President Biden’s intervention in strike

New Baltimore County school board members take the dais as TABCO members share struggles with payments, benefits

President Biden giving nearly $36 billion to aid Teamsters’ pension fund, with 25,000 participants in Illinois



The Los Angeles Times

Meadowbrook and L.A.'s long and conflicted relationship with mental illness

Editorial: ‘Parents first’ conservatives mostly lost, but their school board bids should be a wake-up call

California public schools allow ‘pay to learn’ summer courses at high prices. Is it legal?


NJ.com


School officials and students defend N.J. high school drag show after backlash

Comcast will increase rates on cable and internet


After holiday surge, N.J. pediatric hospital beds were 70% full with RSV, flu and COVID cases


The Chicago Sun-Times

Nearly 2,000 granted U.S. citizenship in largest Chicago ceremony ever: ‘I consider this my home’

Hal Woods: Chicago can defeat the digital divide, help kids succeed in school

Single-family lending drives neighborhood disparities, new report finds


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Abrams’ aide says Democrat had ‘nearly impossible’ chance to beat Kemp

Flynn to testify today before Fulton grand jury

Swing voters in Senate runoff boost Georgia’s standing as a 2024 battleground

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