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August 01, 2020

Educator and civil rights champion the late Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, President of Morehouse College, was born on this date in 1895.

Today in Black America - February 9

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The New York Times

Trump Isn’t the Only One on Trial. The Conservative Media Is, Too.

‘Its Own Domestic Army’: How the G.O.P. Allied Itself With Militants

Georgia Officials Review Trump Phone Call as Scrutiny Intensifies



The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta companies pledge to tackle legacy of racism, improve equity

Milton teen accused of storming U.S. Capitol faces 5 federal charges

Some Republicans aim to blunt Greene’s impact on Georgia GOP


The Chicago Sun-Times

Karen Lewis: ‘A force of nature, smart as a summer day is long’

CST Editorial Board: ‘I got the passion for teaching and never lost it’: Karen Lewis, 1953-2021

CTU delegates approve sending CPS reopening deal to vote by full membership


The Los Angeles Times

Mary Wilson, longest-reigning original Supreme, dies at 76

Granderson: Alabama prepares to execute another Black man, under laws going back to slavery

Race detection and ‘real-time Uighur warnings’ — inside Dahua’s facial recognition technology


USA Today

Where all 100 senators stand before Donald Trump's impeachment trial

'Nothing but political downside': Why Biden is staying far away from Trump's impeachment trial

Democrats reject moderates' calls to cut eligibility for $1,400 stimulus checks


Philly.com

Allegedly drunk Philly cop left woman with broken legs, dead dog after crashing car into her home at 70 mph

Pa. Rep. Madeleine Dean on prosecuting Trump’s impeachment trial and why he can still be convicted

Philly teachers push back against reopening schools



The Baltimore Sun

Maryland House overrides veto of major education measure; Senate could act this week

Kirwan veto override: Lawmakers take a stand for schools | COMMENTARY

Baltimore-born author and educator Wes Moore to step down as CEO of Robin Hood anti-poverty foundation


The Washington Post

Trump’s impeachment trial will tackle constitutional questions

My fellow Republicans, convicting Trump is necessary to save America

How a federal effort to help low-income Americans pay their phone bills failed amid the pandemic



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