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March 02, 2021

In Montgomery, AL 15 year-old Claudette Colvin is arrested for refusing to move from her seat for a white passenger on a city bus in 1955.

Today in Black America - February 10

POSTED: February 10, 2021, 9:00 am

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The New York Times

‘There’s Nothing Left’: Why Thousands of Republicans Are Leaving the Party

5 Takeaways From Day One of Trump’s Second Impeachment Trial

Meandering Performance by Defense Lawyers Enrages Trump


The Los Angeles Times

Biden faces California roadblock in school reopening push

Biden opposes effort to recall Newsom, White House says


Ammon Bundy, veteran of armed standoffs, builds militia network on COVID backlash


The Chicago Sun-Times

CTU members approve CPS reopening deal, sending tens of thousands of students and teachers back to schools

‘Failure’ to vaccinate vulnerable residents leads Chicago hospitals to try new tactics

No state income tax hike in Pritzker’s budget, but ‘painful’ cuts remain to cover $3 billion deficit


The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore City Schools to begin COVID-19 testing for everyone in schools

Baltimore councilman criticizes health department for reallocating doses to partners, including 3,500 to Mercy

Seven takeaways from Baltimore inspector general’s investigation into State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Gwinnett parents rally in support of school district’s superintendent

Former DeKalb official, secretary of state candidate advance to special election runoff

Black double-consciousness: Du Bois’ century-plus concept still valid


Philly.com

John Fetterman addresses 2013 incident in which he pulled a gun on an unarmed Black jogger

Philly residents have to go online to sign up for the coronavirus vaccine. But what about people who can’t?

At local hospitals, COVID-19 cases decline, as drug overdose and psychiatric cases rise


USA Today


They rioted at the Capitol for Trump. Now, many of those arrested say it’s his fault.

How much rent relief will I get? You're more likely to get help if you're white and live in rural America.

Republican state lawmakers want to punish schools that teach the 1619 Project


The Detroit Free Press

Shirkey falsely claims US Capitol attack was staged, not carried out by Trump supporters

Prominent attorney Cliff Woodards dies in crash on Detroit's west side

Michigan Republican Party seeks to withdraw complaint letter that sparked investigation


The Washington Post

6 Republicans join Democrats in rejecting argument trial is unconstitutional

The trauma of Jan. 6 becomes trial centerpiece

‘Disorganized, random’: Several GOP senators criticize performance of Trump’s lawyers

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