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NAACP stages a "Silent March" in 1917 along New York's Fifth Avenue to protest lynchings in the United States.

Today in Black America - June 14

POSTED: June 14, 2021, 9:00 am

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Associated Press


Biden at NATO: Ready to talk China, Russia and soothe allies

AP source: Justice Dept secretly subpoenaed McGahn’s records

‘The Night Watchman,’ Malcolm X biography win arts Pulitzers


USA Today

Novavax vaccine over 90% effective in protecting against COVID-19 infection, study shows

What's happening in the economy? Fed could signal earlier interest rate hike as economy surges; retail sales, housing starts may rebound

Manhunts in Savannah, Chicago, Austin after weekend shooting rampages: 'We do not want to be a police state'



The Baltimore Sun


‘What better holiday’: Historic Black neighborhood in Towson set to host its first Juneteenth music festival

Hate watch group reviews Confederate symbols at military colleges, including 3 at Naval Academy, as renaming studied

Baltimore’s hot housing market, by the numbers: Median home sales prices reach record highs


The Chicago Sun-Times

Mother of 3 killed in weekend mass shooting was in the ‘prime of her life,’ cousin says

47 shot, 3 fatally, in Chicago over the weekend; including 1 killed, 9 wounded in Chatham attack


CPD officer used N-word, shared pictures when bragging about role in US Capitol riots: feds



The Los Angeles Times


Editorial: To solve homelessness, California should declare a right to housing


Opinion: My front row seat to the radicalization of the Republican Party

COVID vaccine ‘passports’ in the U.S.: Here’s what we’re getting and why


NJ.com


183 new cases, 3 COVID deaths reported in N.J. on Sunday


Why did it take so long for N.J. to close the door on scandal-ridden women’s prison?

N.J. man says he was wrongly arrested. His lawsuit could change court rules for cops.


The New York Times

A judge dismisses Houston hospital workers’ lawsuit about vaccine mandates.

As Battle Against Virus Wanes, Mayors Confront a New Challenge: Crime

Black Virginians Took Ralph Northam Back. Neither Has Forgotten.




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