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October 05, 2022

Oscar De Priest, the first Black to serve in Congress in the 20th century, was born in Florence, Alabama in 1871.

Today in Black America - February 24

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The Associated Press

Russia attacks Ukraine, ‘shattering’ European peace


Poll: Stark racial gap in views on Black woman on high court


New Yorker teams with Celadon for book on Jan. 6 report



The New York Times


North Carolina Court Imposes New District Map, Erasing G.O.P. Edge


2 Prosecutors Leading N.Y. Trump Inquiry Resign, Clouding Case’s Future

3 Men Plead Guilty in Plot to Attack U.S. Power Grid



USA Today


CDC warns US travelers to avoid nearly 60% of international destinations due to COVID-19

'World will hold Russia accountable': Leaders react to Ukraine attack


Everyone puts hydrogen peroxide on their wounds. They need to stop.



The Baltimore Sun


May trial date scheduled for Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s federal case

Five takeaways from recent filings in Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s federal criminal case

Black creatives find surging demand for a new Black aesthetic in Baltimore’s businesses and homes


NJ.com


Bridgewater PD investigating its own. This has to stop | Editorial


N.J. sheriff’s officer dies from COVID he contracted on duty, officials say


Corrections officer admits breaking wrist of handcuffed teen, officials say



The Washington Post


Texas primaries are happening on a legally disputed map


A teen wrongly charged in a shooting says police offered him fast food to get a confession

Biden’s 2021 proposals to Congress: What flopped and what succeeded



The Los Angeles Times


California officials approve plan to crack down on microplastics polluting the ocean

San Francisco police stop using rape victims’ DNA to investigate other crimes

Ex-UCLA lecturer accused of making threats pleads not guilty



The Chicago Sun-Times


CPS board affirms mask mandate, but CEO hopes they can be optional before end of school year


CPS reaches settlements in 3 special ed students’ sex assault lawsuits


New legislative watchdog ‘Maximum Mike’ unleashed on lawmakers: ‘I want them to be a little scared of me’


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Feds allege accused in Atlanta bribery probe contacted witness


Atlanta’s growth will shape upcoming City Council redistricting process


Arbery’s death sparked big changes to Ga. laws. What’s next?





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