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Scholar, activist and NAACP founder Dr. William Edward Burghardt DuBois is born on this date in 1868 in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.

Today in Black America - December 4

POSTED: December 04, 2023, 7:30 am

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USA Today

Could 2024 election cause society to collapse? Some preppers think so.

Ahead of 2024 elections, officials hope to recruit younger, more diverse poll workers

Being a Black journalist brings extra burden: Never-ending racism


NJ.com

$3.2M study will reevaluate how to protect this stretch of Jersey Shore beaches


N.J. drug overdoses poised to fall in 2023 but remain persistently high

N.J. drivers facing toll hikes in 2024 to help fund these projects



The New York Times

The Police Force Where Female Officers Warn Other Women to Stay Away


What to Know About Trump’s Civil Fraud Trial


Why a Second Trump Presidency May Be More Radical Than His First


The Washington Post

What to know about Donald Trump’s gag orders in D.C. and New York

The fear of a looming Trump dictatorship

U.S. Senate hopefuls in Maryland make an early pitch for Latino voters


The Associated Press

Venezuelans approve a referendum to claim sovereignty over a swathe of neighboring Guyana


Diplomas for sale, $465: Inside one of Louisiana’s unapproved schools

The next Republican debate is in Alabama, the state that gave the GOP a road map to Donald Trump



The Baltimore Sun

Maryland Supreme Court to hear arguments on qualified immunity in police shooting of Korryn Gaines’ son

Tech entrepreneur from Baltimore started the nation’s largest Black-owned fintech platform, a peer-to-peer microlender


One injured, one in critical condition in separate Saturday night shootings, Baltimore Police say


The Los Angeles Times


Opinion: How the U.S. has fueled Israel’s decades-long war on Palestinians

Thousands of Cal State faculty to walk out in rolling strike, demanding higher pay

Mammoth $2-billion 405 project marks an end to Southland’s big freeway era


The Chicago Sun-Times


What defines Pritzker-Johnson relationship so far? Tension


New discount rate system a ‘game changer’ for Chicagoans struggling with heating bills, advocates say


Chicago City Hall is owed billions of dollars it hasn’t managed to collect



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


State politicians own part of tech company involved with Fulton jail contract


Redrawn Congressional map sparks chaos among Georgia Democrats

From nearly zero to $16 billion: How the state of Ga.'s reserves surged






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