today in black history

October 22, 2021

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 - April 1

POSTED: April 01, 2021, 10:30 am

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The Washington Post

A woman called for a highway’s removal in a Black neighborhood. The White House singled it out in its infrastructure plan.

She was the Rosa Parks of D.C., but her story was mostly forgotten

Backlash after U.K. race report seeks to ‘dispel myths’ about racism, tell ‘new story’ about slave trade



The Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago sees ‘quantum leap’ in COVID-19 cases — widening Lightfoot-Pritzker split over vaccine plans

Kamala Harris heads to Chicago Tuesday to focus on vaccine equity

Former state Sen. Annazette Collins charged in new tax indictment


Philly.com


Pennsylvania and N.J. are hoping for billions from Biden for roads, bridges, new transit lines

Families of Philadelphia homicide victims often face the traumatizing and expensive task of cleaning up the crime scene

Pa. won’t open mass vaccine sites in Philly suburbs; when vaccinations will be open to all adults across the region


NJ.com


Man charged after painting pro-cop blue line on road near N.J. courthouse, police say

More younger N.J. residents are being hospitalized for COVID, health officials say


Here’s where N.J.’s healthiest people live. See where your county ranks.


The Los Angeles Times


Why some high school students aren’t ready to go back to school, despite the isolation

Skelton: Newsom promised healthcare for immigrants. A new poll shows strong public support for it

Justice Department seeks to revoke pretrial release of two members of the Proud Boys


The New York Times


Biden’s Push for Electric Cars: $174 Billion, 10 Years and a Bit of Luck

Biden Tax Plan Challenges G.O.P. Formula for Economic Growth


Clerk Who Questioned $20 Bill Watched Floyd Arrest With ‘Disbelief and Guilt’


USA Today

'Why does this keep happening?' Mass shootings in Boulder and Atlanta expose loopholes, weaknesses in gun laws

4 dead, including a child, in Orange shooting at California office building: What we know


Guilt, regret, helplessness: Watching George Floyd die had a 'profound' impact on witnesses






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