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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 29

POSTED: June 29, 2021, 8:00 am

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Associated Press


‘Excruciating:’ Florida collapse search stretches to Day 6

South African court orders ex-president to jail for contempt

House to vote on bill launching probe of Jan. 6 insurrection


USA Today


'Significantly worse': Doomed Miami condo's concrete deterioration was accelerating in April, condo letter says


What is 'reconciliation' and why is it holding up the infrastructure package?

‘It isn’t over for us’: For those with weakened immune systems, COVID-19 vaccines don’t mean the end of the pandemic



The Washington Post

Arizona county will replace voting equipment, fearful that GOP-backed election review has compromised security

Trump attorneys meet with N.Y. prosecutors to argue that his company should not be criminally charged over its business practices

America’s workers are exhausted and burned out — and some employers are taking notice


NJ.com


Car caravan blocks N.J. Turnpike for 10 minutes at rush hour in call for undocumented immigrant funding


8 from Marion Gardens gang face murder, shooting charges in new federal indictment: U.S. Attorney

COVID attacks the brain. Solving how it does might reduce the risk of dementia.


The Baltimore Sun

COVID vaccines will be offered at Merriweather Post Pavilion concerts this season

‘Disrupting the myth of the sleepy suburbs’: Columbia aims to become a regional cultural center. Can it?

For the first time in Domino Sugar’s century in Baltimore, a Black woman is running the refinery


The Los Angeles Times

Newsom signs into law extension of California eviction protections and rent relief

L.A. County urges everyone to wear masks indoors as Delta variant spreads

Editorial: The ‘Big Lie’ comes to California



The Chicago Sun-Times

‘I feel like the city of Chicago has no love left.’ Friend, family remember women killed in mass shootings, as mayor decries ‘street justice’

78 people shot in weekend gun violence in Chicago, a third of them from four mass shootings

Family members remember life of young nursing student and new mother killed in Bronzeville shooting


The New York Times


New York and New Jersey Need an $11B Tunnel. Will Biden Make It Happen?

A Mental Health Crisis Flares Among Young Children

Trump’s Lawyers Make Late Bid to Fend Off Charges Against His Business







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