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Today in Black America - September 25

POSTED: September 25, 2023, 7:00 am

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The Associated Press

RNC’s livestreaming partner for the GOP debate is a haven for disinformation and extremism

Facial recognition technology jailed a man for days. His lawsuit joins others from Black plaintiffs

Leader of Canada’s House of Commons apologizes for honoring man who fought for Nazis

USA Today

Government shutdown? GOP lawmakers split on whether to brace for impact

Family of Black high school student suspended for hairstyle sues Texas officials

Donald Trump's indictments spark concerns among 2024 voters, new poll shows

The New York Times

How a Little-Known Group Helped Resurgent Democrats Wield Power

As Trump Prosecutions Move Forward, Threats and Concerns Increase

New York Drivers Are Paying More for Car Insurance. Here’s Why.

The Washington Post

Dionne: Trump isn’t as strong as he looks — his GOP rivals are letting him win

Black Republicans are making ripples in state and national politics

After Florida restricts race in the classroom, churches begin teaching an unfettered Black history

N.J. State Police team with Newark teens over 10 hours to build trust

State funding will pay for free mental health services for students on N.J. campus

2 teens assault man in N.J. restaurant bathroom, steal vehicle, police say

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore County Public Schools cut special education teacher vacancies by nearly half

Former Morgan State basketball standout Blake Bozeman, son of former coach, dies in D.C. nightclub shooting

What new Maryland laws go into effect Oct. 1? Repeal of spousal defense, updates on drug policy, firearms changes and more.

The Los Angeles Times

Where to get a low-cost bachelor’s degree close to home and a job lead: Community college

California workers who cut countertops are dying of an incurable disease

Editorial: Goodbye to cash bail. L.A. is moving to a better approach to pretrial justice

The Chicago Sun-Times

Cook County judges talk about their first week without cash bail. ‘The world is looking at us.’

At the White House, Cook County Board President Preckwinkle, Mayor Johnson talk about City Hall thaw

Mary Mitchell: Health care for our aging population has to be at the forefront of every politician’s agenda

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

From AJC president and publisher: An investment for our community

Family feeds the community for three generations

Hundreds of Ga. prison employees arrested in contraband schemes

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