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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 15

POSTED: November 15, 2021, 7:30 am

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The Associated Press

9-year-old Dallas boy dies after Astroworld festival crush

After final word from attorneys, Rittenhouse jury takes over

Biden’s $1T infrastructure bill historic, not transformative


USA Today

Biden to sign landmark infrastructure package in major win for domestic agenda

White House says pandemic is the source of rising inflation: Latest COVID-19 updates

US premature births saw a slight decline in 2020 but experts say it's no cause for celebration


The New York Times


A Landmark Reckoning With America’s Racial Past and Present


His Reasons for Opposing Trump Were Biblical. Now a Top Christian Editor Is Out.

Jurors Await Closing Arguments in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial


The Los Angeles Times

Youths drive COVID-19 surge in U.K., a warning for California

Editorial: How can kids learn without homework and rigid deadlines? Quite well, it turns out

Freeways force out residents in communities of color — again


The Baltimore Sun


Infrastructure, Build Back Better and earmarks: What big projects are coming (at least potentially) to Maryland?

Baltimore Council President Nick Mosby to propose reviving dollar house program in historically redlined areas

A new look and life for a North Avenue landmark built in the 1900s


NJ.com

N.J. police forces are far whiter than the rest of the state. We got the town-by-town data to prove it.

Biden to sign big infrastructure bill with $13B for N.J. on Monday. Here’s what to expect.


Wall superintendent sends letter to parents amid hazing scandal, says media ‘rumors’ aren’t helping



The Atlanta Journal Constitution

What’s in the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill for Georgia

8-year-old boy killed in shooting at SW Atlanta apartments

Black high school principal forced to resign amid critical race theory controversy


The Chicago Sun-Times


Chicago Police Board considers fate of controversial union president at Monday hearing

Chicago used the water supply as revenue, then punished those who can’t afford the cost

Laura Washington: Kim Foxx can’t prosecute criminals if police aren’t arresting them



The Washington Post


GOP aims to take over the Senate in 2022 but struggles over candidates

Jury in Rittenhouse trial can consider lesser charges and whether he provoked attack, judge says

Hospital revokes Houston doctor’s privileges for ‘spreading dangerous misinformation’ about covid on Twitter






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