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August 05, 2020

The Atlanta Daily World was established as a daily newspaper in 1932 by publisher William Alexander Scott, II, who was murdered in 1934.

Today in Black America - May 26

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The Washington Post

Opinion: The graphic video of Ronald Greene’s death shows — again — the urgent need for police reform

George Floyd’s family marks a year since his death shocked the nation, as goal for policing overhaul slips

Teen speaks out a year after filming George Floyd’s death, saying her video ‘put his murderer away’



The Baltimore Sun


Baltimore school system will not make students struggling during the pandemic repeat a grade in the fall


Corrupt former Baltimore Police officers get sentences reduced from 454 years to 20 years

Despite progress, Marylanders are still being hospitalized with COVID — and they’re younger now


The Chicago Sun-Times


City Council poised to rename outer Lake Shore Drive in honor of DuSable — at a cost of $2.5 million

Dems draw new maps for ‘equal representation’ on state’s top court — but draw GOP’s ire for ‘political gamesmanship’

Toledo family announces Adam’s Place, a rural sanctuary for at-risk youth


NJ.com


Republicans seeking to oust Murphy clash in bitter primary debate. Trump was a huge topic.

N.J. mask mandates mostly going away. But here’s where masks will still be required.

N.J. mass shooting claims third life as police announce arrest of party’s host


The Los Angeles Times

‘Breakthrough’ infections are rare, and just 2% result in COVID-19 deaths, CDC says


Abcarian: Republicans are passing laws to suppress the truth about slavery’s enduring legacy

A bold plan for UC: Cut share of out-of-state students by half



Associated Press

New grand jury seated for next stage of Trump investigation

Rallies, moments of silence honor George Floyd a year later

GOP senators ready $1T infrastructure counteroffer to Biden


The New York Times

Kristen Clarke is the first Senate-confirmed woman of color to lead the Justice Dept.’s civil rights division.

Republicans are very, very close to driving democracy into a ditch


George Floyd’s Family Meets With Biden Amid Push for Police Reform






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