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Some 3,000 Blacks march in Philadelphia in 1906 to protest a theatrical production of "The Clansman" and 62 are reported lynched.

Today in Black America - March 12

POSTED: March 12, 2021, 1:00 pm

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USA Today

'Independence from this virus': President Biden shifts from 'darkest days' to hope on the horizon

Are Louisville’s sweeping police reforms enough to prevent another Breonna Taylor case?

Georgetown law professor fired after complaining about Black students' grades on Zoom call


The New York Times


Nadler, Ocasio-Cortez and Others in Congress Call on Cuomo to Resign

New Adversary Looms for Trump as Vance Exits Manhattan D.A. Race

We Did Not Suffer Equally


The Baltimore Sun


Baltimore mayor issues new order to keep more strict COVID measures, deviating from state and neighbors’ plans

Poll: Black Marylanders embrace COVID-19 vaccine; rate discrepancies persist

Maryland General Assembly bill tracker: A look at key legislation



The Los Angeles Times

California releases details on how millions can get COVID-19 vaccinations beginning Monday

LAPD mishandled protests over George Floyd’s death, report finds


In recall campaign, rural California finds its moment


The Chicago Sun Times

A year of COVID deaths: How the virus spread into every corner of Cook County

Sen. Tammy Duckworth to Fox News host who mocked military women: F--- Tucker Carlson


Cook County launches rental assistance program for suburban residents


Philly.com


Philly’s violent year continues. The latest victims include a 2-year-old girl and 16-year-old boy

More than $2 billion in stimulus relief for Pa. and N.J. colleges will mean more student aid

South Jersey investor group plans to bid at auction with the hope of restoring Clementon Park


The Washington Post


A woman couldn’t breathe in Miami. She wants justice for George Floyd.

Justice Dept. aims to build big conspiracy case vs. Oath Keepers for Capitol riot

Homes in poor neighborhoods are taxed at roughly twice the rate of those in rich areas, study shows





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