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Today in Black America - February 23

POSTED: February 23, 2021, 10:00 am

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The New York Times

Trump’s Tax Returns Aren’t the Only Crucial Records Prosecutors Will Get

Garland, at Confirmation Hearing, Vows to Fight Domestic Extremism

Fight Over Deb Haaland, First Native American Cabinet Pick, Reflects Partisan Divide


The Baltimore Sun

Disciplinary hearing to begin Wednesday for Anne Arundel police officer who allegedly put his knee on a suspect’s neck

Maryland to create statewide registration portal for COVID vaccine appointments at its mass sites

5 tips and tricks for getting a COVID vaccine appointment from the ‘Maryland Vaccine Hunters’ group


The Los Angeles Times

California’s coronavirus strain looks increasingly dangerous: ‘The devil is already here’

Vaccine access codes for Black, Latino communities improperly used in affluent L.A. areas

Major expansion of Cal Grant financial aid proposed for state’s college students


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Feds: States must test students, but can shorten exams, give them remotely

Ahmaud Arbery’s mother reflects on son’s death, one year later

The Jolt: Stacey Abrams’ answer to a far-right Fair Fight


NJ.com

Johnson & Johnson will have enough vaccine for 20M people by end of March, N.J. pharma giant says

U.S. Supreme Court denies recount for N.J. 2020 Senate primary race

Thousands of N.J. residents have unemployment delayed by answering just one question wrong, state Labor chief says


The Chicago Sun Times

CPS teachers may be required to disclose whether they’ve been vaccinated

Pritzker hails newly signed criminal justice reform bill as ‘substantial step’ in erasing ‘systemic racism’

Jesse Jackson: The right to vote is under siege


Philly.com


Chester and Delaware Counties consider relaxing distance guidelines to teach more students in schools

Penn should do more than change honorifics to atone for Dr. Kligman’s unethical research on incarcerated Black men | Opinion

Apps and maps bring the Underground Railroad to life for students in this South Jersey town


The Washington Post

Vaccine makers Pfizer and Moderna pledge massive boost to U.S. supply after sluggish rollout

Merrick Garland finally spoke. His words were worth the wait.

Capitol riot inquest enters new phase


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