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President Dwight D. Eisenhower ordered federal troops to Little Rock, Arkansas in 1957 to desegregate Central High School.

Today in Black America - January 26

POSTED: January 26, 2022, 9:30 am

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The Associated Press

Rihanna’s foundation donates $15 million to climate justice


EPA acts on environmental justice in 3 Gulf Coast states


California city approves 1st US insurance law for gun owners


The New York Times

New research has identified four factors that could predict if a person will develop long Covid.

The Justice Department is investigating the fake slates of electors that falsely declared Donald Trump the 2020 winner.

Two Years After Kobe’s Death, Jerry West About the ‘Shock and Sadness’


USA Today

Omicron variant less severe than other pandemic waves, CDC says: COVID updates

Omicron's new variant cousin, BA.2, has arrived in the US. But don't panic yet, experts say.


Feds looking at fake 2020 elector certificates for potential criminal charges, DOJ official says



The Washington Post

Capitol Police officer Eugene Goodman speaks publicly for first time since Jan. 6 insurrection


Coast Guard searching for 39 people off Florida coast after suspected smuggling boat capsizes


D.C. students walk out to protest ‘not safe’ school coronavirus protocols


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Stone Mountain’s new mayor pushes for a new brand — and a better future

Georgia Democrats in Congress say infrastructure money could boost public transit

Warnock urges White House to prioritize renewing child tax credit payments


The Baltimore Sun

Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh transferred from Alabama federal prison

A proud new father among those dead in a spree of violence that Baltimore’s mayor calls ‘sickening’

Baltimore City school board votes to permanently close 3 schools in summer 2023, citing low enrollment, building conditions


NJ.com

Top N.J. political operative charged in bizarre murder-for-hire plot

N.J. district renames Woodrow Wilson school, cites former president’s ‘racist values’

Public meetings to review possible merger of Salem County school districts


The Los Angeles Times

Senators push Biden to fight to preserve child tax credit


Editorial: Get more kids vaccinated against COVID, yes, but two bills need more work

Killing of LAPD officer brings scrutiny on one of L.A.'s oldest and largest gangs


The Chicago Sun-Times

‘Please don’t let her die in vain.’ Family of 8-year-old killed in Little Village calls for justice

Omicron still ominous: ‘Rapid decrease’ in most COVID-19 metrics stirs hope, but Illinois death rate sparks flashbacks

Blue-chip effort to paint state red? Top GOP donors pony up for Irvin in governor’s race — but Griffin not yet among them




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