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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is stabbed in a Harlem store while promoting his autobiographical book “Stride Toward Freedom” in 1958.

Today in Black America - September 7

POSTED: September 07, 2021, 10:00 am

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The Associated Press

Tea party 2.0? Conservatives get organized in school battles

Biden to survey NY and NJ storm damage after deadly flooding


Virginia is set to remove Richmond’s Lee statue on Wednesday


The Washington Post

With bulk of agenda on the line, Democrats gird for battle over budget plan

Red and blue states are increasingly divided on voting regulations

Editorial: The John Lewis Act would restore key voting protections. Fight for it
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USA Today


U.S. labor shortage could take years to fix

Ohio judge reverses ruling forcing hospital to give Ivermectin as COVID treatment


US records 40M cases since start of pandemic; unemployment benefits expire for millions: COVID-19 updates


The New York Times


The Masked Professor vs. the Unmasked Student

Veterans Recount an Often-Invisible Struggle With Illness and Trauma

Michael K. Williams, ‘The Wire’ Actor, Is Dead at 54


The Baltimore Sun


A former plantation in Baltimore shared few facts about its enslaved Black workers with visitors. A commission led by Black experts plans changes.

Baltimore was ‘second home’ for Michael K. Williams, who played Omar Little on ‘The Wire’


One released from hospital in wake of Towson University shooting; police continuing to investigate


NJ.com


N.J. weather: Heavy rain, strong thunderstorms could cause more flooding Wednesday

2 N.J. schools make masks optional due to hot weather in the forecast


The population has shifted and redistricting on the way for New Jersey | Quigley


The Chicago Sun-Times


Jacqueline Jackson released from hospital after being treated in ICU with coronavirus

CPS mandates return to in-person school council meetings, irking some representatives


Jesse Jackson: The Texas Taliban wing of the Republican Party


The Los Angeles Times


Prayer and politicking: Churches become a center of the California recall campaign

Vaccines, housing, drought: Where top recall candidates stand on the issues


Skelton: The math is simple — the GOP probably won’t pull off Newsom recall



The Atlanta Journal Constitution

The Jolt: Fulton County investigation into Donald Trump moving forward

Gwinnett school district to offer $500 vaccine incentive


A college town divided: Liberal Athens split into Republican districts











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