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November 27, 2021

Congressman Mickey Leland, a fierce advocate for the poor, was born in 1944 in Lubbock, Texas.

Today in Black America - October 29

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The New York Times

Biden Implores Democrats to Support His Transformative Agenda

Keep or Replace? The Fate of the Minneapolis Police Is in Voters’ Hands.

A Last-Chance Mayoral Election Guide


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

HAPPENING TODAY: Friday the final day for early voting

Former residents of Black neighborhood seek redress for razing of homes

Gary Black: Senate rival Herschel Walker’s past is ‘disqualifying’



The Baltimore Sun

Maryland’s student school board members are organizing. Expanding their voting rights is a priority.


Maryland’s local health officers feel the pressure amid continuing COVID pandemic

Baltimore and police union reach agreement on contract that increases pay in effort to boost recruitment


NJ.com

Wind gusts up to 60 mph, flooding, power outages in latest storm forecast for N.J.

N.J. school slams homophobic, transphobic, antisemitic and racist comments, but won’t say what happened

Biggest ever one-day gun buyback in N.J. nets more than 2K firearms



The Los Angeles Times

They stuck to their anti-vax beliefs. Now these teachers and school workers are out of jobs


L.A. should increase the number of City Council districts, citizens panel says


Ali: ‘Colin in Black & White’ shows that racism in sports runs deep



The Associated Press

Medicaid issues, not Medicare’s, get fixes in Biden budget

‘Everything is at stake’ as world gathers for climate talks

With latest payout, Arizona sheriff has cost taxpayers $100M


The Washington Post


Prosecutor Rachael Rollins wants to remake criminal justice. The GOP is blocking her nomination.

White House puts the future of Biden’s presidency, and the state of his party, on the line

In Supreme Court battle over N.Y. gun law, a surprising split for conservatives


The Chicago Sun-Times


‘Good Samaritan’ shot and killed after asking woman if she needed help during domestic dispute: Prosecutors

As violent crime soars in Chicago, ‘safety gap’ among neighborhoods widens

Spike in suburban anti-Muslim bullying is cause for alarm, says local Islamic group



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