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Today in Black America - October 19

POSTED: October 19, 2021, 7:30 am

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The Associated Press

Jan. 6 panel plans contempt vote as Trump sues over probe

EXPLAINER: How lawmakers are investigating the Jan. 6 riot

Climate report: Africa’s rare glaciers soon to disappear

The New York Times

Washington State Fires Football Coach for Refusing to Get Vaccinated

The Morning: Colin Powell’s death highlights the continuing Covid risks to older people with medical conditions.

After Del Rio, Calls Arise for Fairer Treatment of Black Migrants

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

1st day of jury selection shows challenges in Arbery case

Andre Dickens: Mayoral election is for the ‘soul of Atlanta’

Atlanta students protest for better housing and more funding for HBCUs

USA Today

Police unions push back on vaccine mandates, clashing with politicians

Report: Microsoft warned Gates to stop sending flirtatious emails to female staffer

What we know about coach Nick Rolovich's firing, contract status and future of team at Washington State

The Baltimore Sun

Montgomery County’s reported 99.9% COVID vaccination rate highlights continuing disparities in Maryland, experts say

Biden to participate in CNN town hall in Baltimore on Thursday

MS-13 gang leader who directed two Maryland murders sentenced to 45 years in federal prison

The Los Angeles Times

Mark Ridley-Thomas will ‘step back’ from council duties, but not resign

Female firefighters, civil rights advocates call for LAFD chief’s removal

Four things you didn’t know about Colin Powell

N.J. Election 2021: All your questions about early voting, answered

N.J. health system fires 118 workers for refusing to get vaccinated

Gym owner who sued Gov. Murphy over COVID restrictions loses appeal

The Chicago Sun-Times

Compliance with COVID-19 vaccine mandate for city workers worst among police, firefighters

Nonprofit led by ex-CPS CEO hopes to invest in college and trade school scholarships

Democrats blast Gardiner for ‘misogynistic, homophobic, and obscene language ... repugnant, rude, and vulgar conduct’

The Washington Post

FDA to allow ‘mix-and-match’ approach on coronavirus booster vaccines

Editorial: The enduring impact of Colin Powell

University of North Carolina can keep considering race in admissions, federal judge rules

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