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Today in Black America - February 7

POSTED: February 07, 2022, 11:00 am

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The Associated Press

Amir Locke protesters seek acting police chief’s resignation

What does Ivanka Trump know about Jan. 6? Congress is asking

Taylor Greene faces GOP challengers in changing Ga. district

USA Today

These issues could delay your tax refund in 2022: What to know before you file

New Jersey to drop statewide school mask mandate: COVID updates

An exploration of Black progress

The New York Times

Republicans, Wooing Trump Voters, Make Fauci Their Boogeyman

Free Community College Is Off the Table, Jill Biden Says

Overhaul of Electoral Count Act ‘Absolutely’ Will Pass, Senators Pledge

The Baltimore Sun

‘Cool Runnings’ 2.0: Morgan State graduate Rolando Reid realizes Olympic dream as member of Jamaican bobsled team

Walking tours, celebrations and business expos: What to do during Black History Month in Maryland 2022

‘A target on my back:’ Baltimore County health officer backs bill criminalizing threats against health officials

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Former Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms joining CNN as political commentator

Inside City Hall: Cabinet shakeup as 4 department heads out

The Jolt: Geoff Duncan breaks with RNC on Jan. 6 ‘atrocity’

The Chicago Sun-Times

Masks will stay on in CPS classrooms despite downstate judge’s ruling against mandates

Opinion: RNC censure of Kinzinger, Cheney could backfire for Illinois Republicans

Mother of teen slain in Cicero still seeking justice after 11 years. ‘Time doesn’t heal all wounds.’

The Los Angeles Times

Parents struggle to get home nurses for medically fragile kids

‘You just show up’: Case managers work to keep drug users healthier, safer and free

Vice President Kamala Harris is making some changes, but don’t call it a reboot

To improve teen mental health, we need to move from awareness to action. Now. | Opinion

N.J. Gov. Murphy launches political groups that could boost his national profile

County employee was denied promotions, called N-word by co-workers, suit claims

The Washington Post

Trump, allies try to redefine racism by casting White men as victims

Virginia Gov. Youngkin’s campaign attacks high school student on Twitter

White House offers plan for union growth as labor struggles to gain ground

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