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Today in Black America - February 18

POSTED: February 18, 2022, 10:30 am

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The Associated Press

Take the 5th? The choice could soon be Trump’s in NY probe

In GOP embrace of truckers, some see racist double standard

Ex-cop who killed Daunte Wright to learn sentence


The New York Times


N.Y. Attorney General Can Question Trump and 2 Children, Judge Rules


In Nashville, a Gerrymander Goes Beyond Politics to the City’s Core

‘You Have to Give Us Respect’: How Asian Americans Fueled the San Francisco Recall


USA Today


Former officer Kim Potter to be sentenced in Daunte Wright's killing

Harris, Blinken meet with allies in Munich; Russia may have built up 190K troops


Black teen restrained by police in NJ mall fight video hires George Floyd's family lawyer


NJ.com


How did a N.J. political consultant find a hit man? Was his brother the connection?

Ex-corrections officer who took $50K in bribes to smuggle drugs to inmates gets 2 years in prison


Murphy won court fight over COVID vaccines for N.J.’s corrections officers, but most are still unvaxxed


The Baltimore Sun

Editor: We are deeply and profoundly sorry: For decades, The Baltimore Sun promoted policies that oppressed Black Marylanders; we are working to make amends

Maryland’s $3.8 billion ‘Blueprint’ plan for educational reform hits early funding, timeline snags

In a tough Baltimore neighborhood, a nonprofit group fights to help youth pursue dreams


The Chicago Sun-Times

Court dismisses Pritzker’s appeal of school mask mandate ruling

Bare-faced battle: Nine Republicans ousted from Illinois House for not wearing masks after heated debate

Rauner College Prep freshman was killed by student from neighboring school who tried to rob him after early dismissal: prosecutors


The Los Angeles Times

CSU Chancellor resigns amid scrutiny over his handling of misconduct case

‘There is no end date.’ Newsom’s new COVID-19 plan looks to balance hope and reality

Editorial: Pat yourself on the back, California. Gerrymandering has been squashed


The Washington Post

Family, friends mourn Amir Locke, a Black man shot by police during a ‘no-knock’ raid


Facebook whistleblower tells SEC that executives misled investors about climate and covid hoaxes

Police begin arrests, escalate efforts to end Canada’s ‘Freedom Convoy’


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


THE JOLT: Stacey Abrams’ Fair Fight focusing on Georgia for 2022 elections

GBI agent: Roddie Bryan called Arbery a ‘joker’ as his body lay nearby

Newest film/TV studio in metro Atlanta features Black female majority owner


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