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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 - March 1

POSTED: March 01, 2022, 8:30 am

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The Associated Press

Biden steps to State of the Union lectern at fraught moment

Election 2022: Texas primary tests GOP’s rightward shift

Biden to launch ambitious overhaul of nursing home quality


The New York Times


Midterms in Mind, G.O.P. Tests Attacks on Democrats in New York


Gunman Kills His 3 Children in Sacramento County Church


‘So Much Hatred’: Jury Foreman Shaken by Evidence in Arbery Trial



The Baltimore Sun


Man who stabbed wife to death in Baltimore and blamed panhandlers is sentenced to life in prison


Baltimore’s pools, recreation centers, parks to receive $41 million in American Rescue Plan money


‘Sites from which people escaped’: For slaves on the arduous road to freedom, Hagerstown was a connection point


USA Today


See some sanctions, bans and boycotts placed on Russia so far

Behind the Blue Wall of Silence


West Coast states ending school mask requirement



The Washington Post


Counties reject unprecedented numbers of mail ballots under new law

What to know about the Texas primary under the state’s new voting law


Most Americans say coronavirus is not yet under control, Post-ABC poll finds


NJ.com

Your N.J. drivers license could not be suspended for unpaid parking tickets under new plan

86 N.J. cops fired, nearly 400 received ‘major discipline’ last year, report shows

‘Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson’ has a nice ring to it | Editorial



The Los Angeles Times

The state of the union is anxious, but annual speech to Congress offers Biden an opportunity

Editorial: ‘Zero bail’ and release from jail are not the same thing

Why we turned the L.A. River into a freeway (for water)



The Chicago Sun-Times


Illinois schools wouldn’t have to serve cheapest food possible under new bill

One of Lightfoot’s closest City Council allies won’t back reelection bid: ‘I am sick and tired of being thrown under the bus’


Jesse Jackson: What’s needed now is a push for peace



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Amid the pandemic, Black History Month series explored health and wellness

Briles out at Grambling less than 1 week after being hired


Senate OKs permit-less carry for handguns





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