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Today in Black America - December 6

POSTED: December 06, 2021, 9:30 am

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The Associated Press

Fauci says early reports encouraging about omicron variant

Turning outrage into power: How far right is changing GOP

Smollett trial to resume with defense possibly calling him


The Baltimore Sun

Maryland gubernatorial candidate John King wades into education controversy with new ad campaign

The bills to watch as Maryland lawmakers gear up to override dozens of Gov. Hogan’s vetoes

Maryland Democrats prepare for Senate showdown over medical leave, child care and other ‘Build Back Better’ priorities


USA Today


Stricter travel rules begin as US cases climb; J&J vaccine works well as mix-and-match booster, study says: COVID-19 updates

Modern-day space race heats up

Michigan AG offers to conduct 'extensive investigation' into Oxford school officials' actions before deadly shooting


The Washington Post


A White teacher taught White students about White privilege. It cost him his job
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Virginia to dismantle pedestal where Lee statue stood in Richmond

Sheriff’s office slammed for post of Santa getting concealed handgun permit


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Opinion: Georgia regents honor racists rather than rout racism

Incoming council president hopes to bring ‘fresh leadership’ to Atlanta

Lawsuits will challenge Georgia’s new maps that favor Republicans


NJ.com

Your Parkway and Turnpike tolls are going up Jan. 1 — again

Redevelopment of former Ellis Manor public housing in Glassboro breaks ground


N.J. reports 5 new COVID deaths, 3,097 cases. Numerous indicators point to virus’ spread.


The New York Times


New York City sets sweeping vaccine mandate for all private employers.

5 Questions About the Michigan Shooting Addressed by School Officials

Baseball’s ‘Court of Appeals’ Adds Six New Hall of Famers


The Los Angeles Times

First-ever redistricting commission to draw boundaries for L.A. County supervisors

LAUSD’s independent study program is overwhelmed. Students with disabilities pay the price

Smith: In 2021, the recall circus returned to California. Republicans sent in the clowns


The Chicago Sun-Times

Could 118 lives have been saved in Chicago if vaccines were distributed more equitably?


15-year-old boy shot, CTA bus driver beaten, two cops injured as police respond to large group of youths downtown Saturday night

Will Jussie Smollett take the stand? Critical question remains as actor’s trial resumes Monday










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