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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 - November 4

POSTED: November 04, 2021, 7:30 am

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The Associated Press

Analysis: After tough election, Biden dismisses danger signs

All eyes on vulnerable House Democrats after election losses

More issues, less Trump: GOP sees model after Virginia win


USA Today

'Complicated jury selection' ends with 'intentional discrimination' at Ahmaud Arbery death trial: Only 1 Black person to hear case


Election results updates: New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy wins tight race; Biden says 'people are upset and uncertain'

Push to disband Minneapolis police fails despite calls for reform after George Floyd death


The Washington Post

Biden urges swift action on agenda as Democrats stumble

Parental say in schools, resonant in Va. governor’s race, bound for GOP national playbook

Another U.S. milestone in pandemic: 750,000 deaths


The New York Times

Republicans Pounce on Schools as a Wedge Issue to Unite the Party

Murphy Narrowly Wins Re-election as New Jersey’s Governor

Opinion: White Racial Anxiety Strikes Again


The Baltimore Sun

Family of Glen Burnie software whiz gunned down by his downstairs neighbor sues apartment complex for $30 million

Randallstown NAACP issues new report with final recommendations to redevelop Security Square Mall


Mike Rosenbaum is first candidate to go on air in crowded 2022 governor’s race


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Kasim Reed’s prowess appears to come up short with voters in a changed city


11 white jurors, 1 Black man seated in Arbery murder trial

Incumbents dominate Atlanta school board elections


NJ.com

Murphy vows to listen to ‘all of New Jersey’ as he celebrates win over Ciattarelli in close N.J. governor’s race

Where are the votes that remain to be counted in razor-thin race for N.J. governor?

N.J. reports 7 COVID deaths, 1,026 cases as vaccinations begin for 5- to 11-year-olds


The Los Angeles Times


Young climate activists warn their elders: Stop destroying the planet

California attorney general launches investigation into LAPD shooting in Pico-Union

California begins giving COVID-19 vaccines to children



The Chicago Sun-Times

Heather Mack, Tommy Schaefer charged in U.S. indictment with conspiring to kill Mack’s mother

Video of fatal police shooting of Michael Craig released by COPA


Chicago kids ages 5-11 line up for COVID-19 vaccine: ‘It’s important because I don’t want to get anyone sick and I don’t want to get sick’




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