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Today in Black America - October 25

POSTED: October 25, 2021, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press

Stripping military bases of Confederate names stirs passions

AP source: Manchin agreeable to wealth tax for Biden plan

Opponents of critical race theory seek to flip school boards

USA Today

Memory loss and brain fog may be side effects of contracting COVID-19, new study shows

Jury selection is slow, tangled process in trial over Ahmaud Arbery's death: What we know

Florida's top health official refuses to wear mask, asked to leave meeting with state senator

The New York Times

The Original Black Media King

Vaccinations for U.S. Children Might Start Soon, if Parents Consent

Officers to Testify About Eric Garner’s Death in Long-Delayed Inquiry

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta’s Black voters largely undecided on who should lead the city

Kemp takes a swing at MLB as Braves advance to World Series

Gwinnett school district struggles to hire paraprofessionals

The Baltimore Sun

‘We are reaching a crisis’: Mirroring national trends, Baltimore prosecutor’s office grapples with resignations, raises pay

‘Disrespected’: Maryland’s struggling child care providers see delay in state rollout of COVID relief funds

U.S. Rep. Anthony G. Brown launching campaign for Maryland attorney general

The Chicago Sun-Times

Wicker Park club owner says police were called twice to disperse unruly crowd — they never showed, and 5 people were later shot

CPS student surprised with full-ride scholarship to U of Chicago

Man accused of shooting ex-girlfriend was on parole for previously threatening her with a gun: prosecutors

The Los Angeles Times

Editorial: In Los Angeles, political meddling poisons redistricting

San Diego scientists work on a vaccine against all coronaviruses. Yes, all of them

Vanessa Bryant recounts dealing with ‘callous’ L.A. County on day Kobe and Gianna died

Cutting sentences for non-violent drug crimes on hold after judge objects. N.J. fighting decision.

From COVID to taxes, guns to abortion: Where Murphy, Ciattarelli stand on big issues in N.J. governor race

Early voting starts in N.J. How to find polling places, hours in all 21 counties.

The Washington Post

Insiders say Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg chose growth over safety

Ga. police chief creates firestorm with bid to change shooting tactics

Fauci predicts vaccines for kids ages 5 to 11 could be available early November

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