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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 17

POSTED: December 17, 2021, 8:30 am

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The Associated Press


Across services, troops face discipline for refusing vaccine

Manchin’s child tax credit stance draws criticism back home

Delaware judge rejects Fox News motion to dismiss lawsuit


USA Today

Louisiana governor, National Bar Association, urge judge to resign over racist video

Biden asks Supreme Court to reinstate health worker vaccine mandate: Latest COVID-19 updates

US schools increase security in response to TikTok posts warning of shooting, bomb threats


The New York Times

How the Student Loan Payment Restart Is Going to Work


Eric Adams Says He Wants to Close Rikers. It May Not Be That Simple.

bell hooks, Pathbreaking Black Feminist, Dies at 69


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


NEW: Herschel Walker’s campaign falsely claimed he graduated from college

The Jolt: Senate may rethink its voting rights agenda after Warnock’s pleas

The Jolt: Brian Kemp announces Rivian deal, Stacey Abrams credits Democrats


NJ.com

Acting Attorney General announces racial justice efforts, anti-discrimination policy for 720K workers


N.J. officials say TikTok school shooting threat is not credible, but police presence will be boosted


Should campus cops get same treatment as municipal? Top N.J. court will decide in fired cop’s case.


The Los Angeles Times


Latest attempt at immigration reform ousted from Democrats’ bill

Calmes: Bigger holes keep appearing in the ‘big lie’

Could humanity catch a break with Omicron?


The Chicago Sun-Times

Cook County assessor gave tax breaks to dead mobster — for 6 years

Gunfire in one of Chicago’s deadliest neighborhoods kills aspiring videographer — and city marks 800th murder of the year

CST Editorial Board: Don’t stop the work of uncovering police torture


The Washington Post


Life after quitting: What happened next to the workers who left their jobs

Opinion: Eugene Goodman should be Time’s Person of the Year

‘Last on the rung’: Africa deals with fallout from a ‘Made in the USA’ supply chain crisis





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