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Today in Black America - April 8

POSTED: April 08, 2021, 9:00 am

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The New York Times

Biden’s Tax Plan Aims to Raise $2.5 Trillion and End Profit-Shifting

Kemp Seizes on Georgia Voting Law to Try to Win Back Trump and His Base

Embattled N.R.A. Chief Kept Bankruptcy Filing Secret From Deputies

USA Today

Biden to unveil 6 executive actions to curb gun violence, nominate a permanent ATF director

Derek Chauvin trial, day 8: Expert says 'deadly' force was used on George Floyd

Cause of death released for 4 of 5 people at Capitol riot – but not Officer Brian Sicknick

The Los Angeles Times

In Chauvin trial, expert says ex-officer never took knee off Floyd’s neck

L.A. to pay nearly $1.6 million to settle three lawsuits alleging police wrongdoing

MSNBC apologizes for showing video of wrong Black congressman

COVID-19 has upended education. How will schools solve for learning loss?

New Philly FEMA site opening tomorrow in city’s vaccine desert; Pa., N.J., and Del. continue to see cases, hospitalizations rise

Political theater continues to distract us from real discrimination | Helen Ubiñas

N.J. man assaulted cops at Capitol, bragged about being at riot, authorities say

N.J. congresswoman sues Trump for inciting Capitol riot

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

The Chicago Sun-Times

Proud Boy present for Capitol riot charged with battery in fight at Schaumburg anti-Biden rally

Man charged in connection with road rage shooting that critically wounded toddler on Lake Shore Drive

County Democrats vote to scold alderman for opposing Foxx, urge Springfield to pass school board bills, opposing Lightfoot

The Washington Post

Editorial: The blue wall of silence has broken in the Chauvin trial, but that doesn’t absolve the police

NRA chief LaPierre acknowledges he did not disclose bankruptcy plans or yacht trips to other top officials

Democratic governor in deep-red Kentucky signs bill to expand voting, bucking national trend

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