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November 27, 2022

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

Today in Black America - December 13

POSTED: December 13, 2021, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press

‘A way we resist’: Quilts honor victims of racial violence

Jan. 6 panel set to vote on holding Meadows in contempt

Final goodbye: Recalling influential people who died in 2021



The New York Times

Now in Your Inbox: Political Misinformation


Meadows Was Deeply Involved in Fighting Election Outcome, Jan. 6 Panel Says

New Leader Pushes Teachers’ Union to Take On Social Justice Role


USA Today

After surviving tornado, small-town Kentucky residents anxiously wonder where they go from here

Social Security changes are on the horizon in 2022. What you need to know
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UK reports first known death from omicron; Fauci says boosters offer 'optimal' protection against variant: COVID-19 updates


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

The Jolt: 2020 controversy dominates Georgia’s 2022 GOP governor’s race


What’s next for Atlanta’s contentious rezoning debate?

Homicides in Atlanta: A list of the victims in 2021


The Baltimore Sun

Gunman, women killed in apparent murder-suicide identified by police; court records show lengthy custody battle

Baltimore County presses on with redistricting proposal despite criticism there is only one majority Black district

Critics of Maryland’s congressional redistricting are promising lawsuits. Legal experts say they face an uphill battle.


The Los Angeles Times


Proposed state law seeks to ban freeway expansions in underserved communities

With 2022 campaign on the horizon, Gov. Gavin Newsom has the public stage to himself

Harris to announce new investments to slow migration to U.S.



NJ.com

N.J reports 8 COVID deaths, 3,500 cases. Hospitalizations above 1,000 for nearly two weeks.

Was politics in play when public bidding laws were cast aside for a $123.8M project?

Jersey City seeks public input as it launches study on future of alternative transportation


The Chicago Sun-Times

City to offer $2.9 million for Anjanette Young over botched police raid

No bail for off-duty Chicago police officer charged with killing mother of his child

CST Editorial Board: Taking a $1 billion step toward ending the affordable housing shortage


The Washington Post

Manchin cites a blind trust to claim no conflict of interest on climate votes. But much income from his family’s coal company isn’t covered.

Opinion: Will Manchin see through Graham’s desperate scaremongering?

How role-playing helps police do their job without firing their guns




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