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The U.S. Navy accepts Black women into its Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service (WAVES) program in 1944.

Today in Black America - June 28

POSTED: June 28, 2021, 8:30 am

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The Washington Post

Trump Organization attorneys given Monday deadline to persuade prosecutors not to file charges against it

U.S. awash in coronavirus vaccines, yet racial divide persists in vaccination campaign

Texas progressive groups coalesce ahead of special legislation session


Associated Press

UN rights chief: Reparations needed for people facing racism

Senators to watch as Dems debate changing filibuster rules

Rescuers stay hopeful about finding more survivors in rubble


The Baltimore Sun


Safe Streets celebrates a year with no homicides in a South Baltimore area they serve, with hope for rest of the city

Man fatally shot, another dead in a hit-and-run Sunday night, Baltimore Police say

How are Maryland COVID cases, vaccinations and other metrics trending? Here are the latest numbers. [GRAPHICS]


NJ.com


World record! N.J. legend Sydney McLaughlin is headed back to the Olympics

Eviction moratorium ending early for some N.J. renters under bill now on Murphy’s desk

Two make Bayonne history as first Black women police officers


The Los Angeles Times


Pandemic silver lining: Black-owned business startups surge to 25-year high


Smith: His son was murdered in South L.A. He still says cops aren’t the answer to crime


Lopez: She became a citizen one day and graduated near the top of her class the next


The Chicago Sun-Times


‘I think I just shot a girl’; No bail for teen charged in gang-related fatal shooting in Back of the Yards

2 killed, at least 17 wounded in two mass shootings within hours of each other in Chicago

1,000 inmates still stuck in county jails — creating dangerous conditions — because state prisons won’t take them, sheriffs say


USA Today


'It's just a joke': Former AG William Barr derided Trump's false election claims

Florida building collapse: Death toll climbs to 9 as searchers hope to find survivors; families of missing taken to condo site

Fatal shooting of 2 Black people in Boston suburb investigated as a possible hate crime, authorities say



The New York Times


Possible Failure Point Emerges in Miami-Area Building Collapse

Black Workers Stopped Making Progress on Pay. Is It Racism?


The Lost Graves of Louisiana’s Enslaved People








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