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

Today in Black America - December 14

POSTED: December 14, 2021, 9:30 am

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The Associated Press

Air Force discharges 27 for refusal to get COVID vaccine

Jan. 6 panel votes for contempt charges against Mark Meadows

Data indicate omicron is milder, better at evading vaccines


USA Today


Pfizer's antiviral is 89% effective with high-risk people: COVID updates


Front-line nurse: I received the first US COVID-19 vaccine. A lot has changed in a year.

Fox News hosts, Trump Jr. urged Meadows to help stop Jan. 6 riot, committee says



The New York Times


Omicron Is a Dress Rehearsal for the Next Pandemic

The ‘Double Whammy’ That Is Slowing New York City’s Job Growth

Manchin Casts Doubt on Quick Vote on Biden’s Bill


The Baltimore Sun

Three people killed in apparent double murder-suicide were all nurse anesthetists working at Baltimore-area hospitals

Howard County officials discuss teacher salary increases, staff shortages at schools systemwide

Thousands of parents who pulled children out of Maryland schools are slowly starting to reenroll them


NJ.com


The worst U.S. bottleneck for trucks is in N.J., and it’s slowing delivery of your stuff

N.J. lawmakers move to toughen state’s already strict gun laws

Lawmakers want to knock 50 cents off your Turnpike, Parkway tolls, delay future toll hikes


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Why David Perdue is confident he can oust Brian Kemp

The Jolt: Georgia General Assembly getting its own ‘Freedom Caucus’

The 2022 Georgia Legislature: Hands off schools or hands on?


The Los Angeles Times

Judge denies LAPD union’s request to temporarily halt vaccine mandate

California orders statewide mask requirement

Study suggests Pfizer shots offer 70% protection against hospitalization from Omicron


The Chicago Sun-Times

City Council committee advances $2.9M settlement to compensate Anjanette Young for botched police raid

Fired Black educators reach $9.25M settlement with CPS

New City Colleges program helps place students in carpentry union jobs


The Washington Post


For years, a cemetery worker helped bury murder victims. Then her son was killed, too.

Biden declares emergencies in Ill., Tenn. as recovery efforts continue


Opinion: Trump’s PowerPoint coup plotters were crackpots. We may not be so lucky next time.








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