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African American Episcopal Zion (A.M.E.Z.)Bishop James W. Hood, a fierce advocate for Blacks' rights, was born in 1831.

Today in Black America - January 21

POSTED: January 21, 2022, 10:00 am

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The Associated Press

Jury in federal trial in Floyd killing appears mostly white

Preteens may be vaxed without parents under California bill

Biden admin unveils changes to attract foreign STEM students

The New York Times

Supreme Court Lets Texas Abortion Law Stay in Effect, for Now

Racial Turmoil Mars Signs of Progress at the U.S. Mint

Fact-Checking McConnell’s Comparison of Black Turnout Rates

The Los Angeles Times

The pandemic pushed more families to home school. Many are sticking with it

Omicron poses new threats to restaurants and bars

Early treatment could tame peanut allergies in small children

USA Today

Mitch McConnell says Black people vote just as much as 'Americans'

'I'm 29 years old and I feel like I'm 70': Long COVID patients continue to struggle

Unvaccinated seniors almost 50 times more likely to be hospitalized: COVID updates

The Baltimore Sun

The Mosbys claimed legal expenses on their campaign filings. Here’s what we know about what Maryland law requires.

Officials seek early closing time for adult clubs on The Block in Baltimore

Maryland to start testing antibody levels in nursing home residents to determine if fourth shot of COVID vaccine is needed

The average N.J. officer earned $123K a year. See how much your town paid each cop.

Family of N.J. man shot, killed by police during chase files suit against cops

Feds clear the way for Gateway Tunnel project to get billions in funding

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

The Jolt: John Isakson’s snub of Trump team’s phony Georgia elector scheme

Lawsuit challenging protesters’ arrest argued in Georgia Supreme Court

OPINION: Raphael Warnock’s year of victories, defeats, and Senate prayers

The Chicago Sun-Times

Projects with Madigan ties went to the front of the line for massive Rebuild Illinois initiative

Chicago Police Board votes to suspend officer for 2 years over 2018 shooting

Suburbs, warmer cities step up efforts to lure cops away from Chicago

The Washington Post

Supreme Court, probes put Trump and his children on the defensive

Homicide rates have soared nationwide, but mayors see a chance for a turnaround

Pro-Trump influencers flocked to alternative social networks. Their follower counts stalled soon after.

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