today in black history

October 26, 2021

Edward W. Brooke, III, the first Black to serve in the U.S. Senate in the 20th century, is born in 1919 in Washington, D.C.

Today in Black America - September 30

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The Associated Press

Democrats divided: Progressives, centrists say trust is gone


Congress moves to avert partial government shutdown


Takeaways from Trump aide’s account of chaotic White House


USA Today


Hospital issues panic buttons to staff due to assaults; Alabama House approves $400M in COVID money for prison construction: Today's updates

The untold story of WLAC, the powerhouse Nashville station that helped introduce R&B to the world

'We will not go quietly': Women's March organizes over 500 marches nationwide for reproductive rights



The New York Times

Panel Subpoenas 11 in Capitol Riot Inquiry, Eyeing Jan. 6 Rally Planners

Klete Keller, a 3-Time Olympian, Pleads Guilty in Capitol Riot Case

Immunization mandates aren’t new. One helped win the American Revolution.


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Biden nominates public defender, advocate to Atlanta-based federal court

Venture capital firm seeks to improve industry diversity with Atlanta students

Cops: Douglasville woman left racially charged notes in neighbors’ mailboxes


The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore’s first transit equity analysis seeks to guide federal money to the city’s long-neglected ‘Black Butterfly’

Maryland government ends budget year with $2.5B surplus


Seven students arrested, two hospitalized after ‘multiple serious assaults’ broke out at Annapolis High School


NJ.com

Vineland closes all public schools due to shooting threat on social media


Should voter registration be arduous and time-consuming? Actually, no | Editorial

N.J. district puts 900 staff, students on COVID quarantine after starting year mask-optional


The Los Angeles Times

Questions grow over Long Beach school officer shooting of 18-year-old woman

L.A. puts off vote on vaccination requirement for indoor venues

Editorial: LAUSD is shrinking. That could be a good thing


The Chicago Sun-Times

Teachers union again demands beefed-up COVID-19 safety protocols

Sun-Times, WBEZ parent company to explore historic partnership to create country’s largest local nonprofit news service

5 wounded in rolling gunfight in West Town at rush hour. ‘We need to pray for Chicago, we need better for Chicago.’


The Washington Post

Biden, Pelosi embark on late scramble to save $1 trillion infrastructure bill

House liberals exasperated with two Democratic senators as agenda struggles

Corey Lewandowski pushed out of Trump team amid groping allegation






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