today in black history

September 28, 2021

New York Supreme Court Judge, the late Bruce H. Wright, author of "Black Robes, White Justice," is born in 1918 in Princeton, New Jersey.

Today in Black America - May 7

POSTED: May 07, 2021, 3:00 pm

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Associated Press

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms not seeking reelection


4 ex-cops indicted on US civil rights charges in Floyd death

Texas GOP’s voting restriction bill passes key House vote



The Baltimore Sun

Critics seek more than words from Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott on violent crime. How much can the mayor of 5 months do?

Strong City Baltimore exits fiscal sponsorship work, which fueled its growth but caused financial grief for clients

Baltimore pilot program aims to divert some 911 calls for behavioral health from police



The Los Angeles Times

Why April’s disappointing jobs report may not be so bad for Biden

California’s population has fallen for first time in history

Californians are finally acknowledging Asians are ‘frequently’ discriminated against, survey shows


The Chicago Sun Times

Young, pregnant Chicago woman, dead from COVID, was afraid to get vaccinated

Medical examiner releases Adam Toledo autopsy details

From rodents to elevator issues, city inspectors find numerous violations at Parkway Gardens


NJ.com


Large N.J. school district approves very limited reopening plan

Protest set to call for firing of vice-principal who threw beer after transgender rant

Hundreds gather to memorialize slain daughter of Newark peace activist


USA Today

Sen. Lindsey Graham: The Republican Party can't 'move forward without President Trump'

Boots On The Ground: The Black community in Minneapolis finds peace after George Floyd

Biden: Economy rebuild is 'a marathon', not sprint



The New York Times


G.O.P. Focuses on Polarizing Cultural Issues in Drive to Regain Power

‘Belonging Is Stronger Than Facts’: The Age of Misinformation

Black mothers know the toll of gun violence


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