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December 06, 2022

Dr. Franz O. Fanon, Algerian author and political leader, dies in 1961.

Today in Black America - October 6

POSTED: October 06, 2022, 10:00 am

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The Associated Press

Falsehoods, harassment stress local election offices in US


Revised ‘Dreamers’ program to get another review by court

US futures retreat on strong hiring, more jobs data on tap


The New York Times

Christian Walker, Warrior for the Right, Now Battles His Father

The woman who said Herschel Walker paid for her abortion is also the mother of one of his children, a report said.

Opinion: Whoops! Behold the Republican Trove of Truly Terrible Candidates.


USA Today

Report: Mother of Herschel Walker’s child says he paid for her 2009 abortion

Kidnapped California family, including 8-month-old, found dead, sheriff says

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The Washington Post

A majority of GOP nominees — 299 in all — deny the 2020 election results


Editorial: How to confront the rising power of the GOP’s election-denying wing

Ian is likely Florida’s deadliest hurricane since 1935. Most victims drowned.


The Baltimore Sun

Amid mounting scrutiny over poor treatment of gunshot victims in Baltimore, City Council hearing to address issues


As Baltimore-area schools walk back restrictions, COVID-19 response becomes part of familiar health messages


Baltimore awards over $15.8 million in fourth round of American Rescue Plan nonprofit grants



NJ.com

N.J. school district only promotes workers with Italian last names, employee says in suit

Redevelopment plan approved for long abandoned N.J. movie theater


Garden State Parkway ramp to close for 8 months starting today


The Los Angeles Times

Kidnapped family of four found dead. ‘There’s no words,’ Merced sheriff says


Voters support Newsom’s mental health plan and back mandatory kindergarten, poll shows


Lopez: Karen Bass vow on homelessness: Set achievable, ambitious goal and ‘hold myself to it’


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Herschel Walker faces another abortion report that threatens his Senate campaign

The Jolt: Judge to hear abortion law challenge ahead of Election Day

Spelman students, parents raise concerns about campus dining


The Chicago Sun-Times


R. Kelly has been convicted twice in federal court. Will Cook County also prosecute him?

Some Chicago police misconduct complaints will now be handled by independent mediators

Volunteers archive key burial records — preserving the histories of tens of thousands of Black Chicagoans







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