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November 27, 2021

Congressman Mickey Leland, a fierce advocate for the poor, was born in 1944 in Lubbock, Texas.

Today in Black America - May 18

POSTED: May 18, 2021, 11:00 am

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The Baltimore Sun

Maryland Democrats hope to remedy damage from decades-old ‘Highway to Nowhere’

Maryland health secretary says next phase of COVID vaccination will be harder

Small percentage of Carroll County students contribute to school discipline data, CCPS says; Black students disproportionately disciplined


The Chicago Sun-Times

Black Caucus backs civilian police oversight compromise over Lightfoot’s objection

Gun violence in Chicago sharply up from last year as 48 people are shot over the weekend, at least 6 of them fatally

15-year-old girl shot while walking dog in Washington Park


NJ.com

For first time this year, more N.J. schools are in-person than remote or hybrid

Detective indicted, accused of illegally putting GPS on suspect’s car

N.J. parents must send kids to in-person school this fall, Murphy says


The Los Angeles Times

California won’t lift COVID-19 mask rules for another month

Column One: How COVID mourning runs so deep that a school district stays closed

California’s next climate challenge: Replacing its last nuclear power plant


Associated Press

Biden moving to improve legal services for poor, minorities

GOP Leader McCarthy opposes Jan. 6 commission ahead of vote


Divisive Louisiana House leader out from chairman’s job


USA Today


Results of North Carolina investigation into police shooting of Andrew Brown Jr. expected Tuesday

House GOP leader opposes bill to create commission to study Jan. 6 Capitol riot


'Get the word out': New USPSTF guidelines lower age to begin colorectal cancer screening from 50 to 45


The Washington Post


Maricopa County officials say 2020 recount is a sham, demand Arizona GOP end the process

Biden’s aid programs help McCarthy’s district despite GOP leader’s complaints about ‘socialist’ spending

Black Lives Matter activists said man tried to hit them with his car. The suspect turned out to be a judge.


The New York Times


Democrats, Growing More Skeptical of Israel, Pressure Biden


America Is on a Road to a Better Economy. But Better for Whom?

A ‘Community for All’? Not So Fast, This Wisconsin County Says







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