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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 11

POSTED: November 11, 2021, 10:00 am

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The Associated Press

UN chief says global warming goal on ‘life support’

Metallurgist admits faking steel-test results for Navy subs


AP analysis: Exposure to extreme heat has tripled since 1983


The New York Times

Opinion: The Shadow of Ronald Reagan Is Costing Us Dearly

House Republicans Who Backed Infrastructure Bill Face Vicious Backlash

Andrew Cuomo Under Oath: Proud, Prickly and Often Unable to Recall


USA Today

Georgia man who called police on Ahmaud Arbery describes 'shocking scene' in the street after shooting

Tuskegee Airmen honored on Veterans Day even as military lacks officer diversity

New infections on the rise in most states; vaccinated Minnesota Vikings football player sent to emergency room: COVID-19 updates


NJ.com


Wall High School, leveled by hazing allegations, cancels football playoff game

N.J. truck driver who stunningly unseated state’s No. 2 Democrat wants to have a beer with him

N.J. Senate President Sweeney concedes in his stunning election loss


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


The Jolt: Does Stacey Abrams have plans for 2022 and 2024?


LIVE UPDATES | WATCH: Day 5 of trial in killing of Ahmaud Arbery

Neighbor who called police on Arbery expresses regret


The Los Angeles Times


As more L.A. County Black and Latino men get the COVID-19 vaccine, distrust lingers


Freeways eject residents in communities of color — again

Column One: 12 years after this teen was locked up, the prosecutor who convicted him changed his mind


The Chicago Sun-Times


Van believed connected to woman’s murder in Wheeling and disappearance of 1-year-old daughter is found abandoned in Missouri


Avis LaVelle resigns as park board president under fire for handling of lifeguard scandal

Illinois COVID-19 cases top 5,000 for first time in two months — and it’s time to get vaccinated ‘right now,’ officials say


The Washington Post


The Tomb of the Unknowns received its first soldier a century ago. Film cameras captured the moment.

Texas schools can require masks after federal judge overturns Abbott’s ban

Opinion: Have Democrats reached the limits of White appeasement politics?







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