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Today in Black America - October 26

POSTED: October 26, 2021, 9:30 am

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The Associated Press

Facebook froze as anti-vaccine comments swarmed users

Majority in US concerned about climate: AP-NORC/EPIC poll

Civil rights pioneer seeks expungement of '55 arrest record

USA Today

'Take this seriously': New York, New Jersey declare emergencies as California 'bomb cyclone' storms move east

McAuliffe and Youngkin are in a dead heat with one week to Virginia governor election, poll shows

'Concrete change' or a 'Trojan horse'? Minneapolis to vote on replacing police with public safety department.

The New York Times

F.D.A. Panel Meets on Whether Pfizer Jab Is Safe for Young Children

Kyle Rittenhouse and the New Era of Political Violence

As Gang Power Grows, Haiti’s Police Are Outgunned and Underpaid

The Los Angeles Times

Three of 10 student athletes could get kicked off team for missing LAUSD vaccine deadline

Barabak: After crying fraud, Republicans go silent when Nevada ally is charged with voting twice

Op-Ed: Gen Z needs to get our act together before we vote in next year’s midterms

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

‘This is the way of the future’: Metro suburbs test new ways to police

Jury selection in Arbery murder case crawls into 2nd week

National NAACP slams Atlanta chapter’s ‘rare repudiation’ of Kasim Reed

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore County to hold public hearing Tuesday on redistricting plan opposed by civil rights groups

Prince George’s Del. Jazz Lewis jumps in race to replace U.S. Rep. Anthony Brown

Beverley Francis-Gibson’s Maryland organization is launching a sickle cell clinical trial finder. She’ll use it herself.

The Chicago Sun-Times

FOP president warns Council members who fail to repeal vaccine mandate: ‘We are coming for every one of your damn seats’

Chairman of City Council’s Black Caucus wants CPD to make clear why sworn officers are in jobs civilians could do

CST Editorial Board: It’s increasingly clear we need to get to bottom of who organized Jan. 6 insurrection

The Washington Post

Atmospheric river unleashes record-setting rain, flooding in California

Opinion: The ugly origins of qualified immunity

Opinion: The GOP’s attack on voting is shameless. The Democratic response is spineless.

Fierce nor’easter to soak N.J. with up to 6 inches of rain. Flooding, gusty winds in latest update.

State of emergency declared in N.J. ahead of looming nor’easter storm

N.J. reports 8 COVID deaths, 829 cases. More than 400K have received vaccine boosters.

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