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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 3

POSTED: March 03, 2022, 9:30 am

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The Associated Press


Jan. 6 panel sees evidence of Trump ‘criminal conspiracy’

Biden’s past Supreme Court experience helped inform choice


Police shoot, kill 12-year-old boy after bullet hits cop car


USA Today


Black and brown refugees are once again being turned away in Europe amid Ukraine migrant crisis


Oath Keeper pleads guilty to seditious conspiracy in Capitol riot


For the first time, Jan. 6 committee alleges Trump, others engaged in criminal conspiracy


The New York Times


House Jan. 6 Panel Lays Out Potential Criminal Charges Against Trump

Prosecutors opened arguments against a defendant in the first trial stemming from the Jan. 6 Capitol attack
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The war continued to push up energy prices, with oil reaching nearly $120 a barrel. Here’s the latest on the economy
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The Baltimore Sun


Baltimore’s Nick, Marilyn Mosby settle delinquent city water bill after year-old balance faces scrutiny

Five shot, one fatally, within an hour Wednesday, Baltimore Police say

Baltimore City Council president to hire $33,750 redistricting consultant as city awaits mayor’s plan



NJ.com

Ex-N.J. residents charged with $3.3M COVID Paycheck Protection Program fraud

Rally for teen handcuffed after N.J. mall fight interrupted by local Black activists


Newark is knocking down eyesores to help create 16,000 new, affordable housing units for residents



The Los Angeles Times

Unseating an L.A. City Council incumbent is exceedingly rare. Will it happen in 2022?


George Gascón wouldn’t compromise, until he did. Now, no one is happy

Beverly Hills store admits to using safe deposit boxes to launder drug money



The Washington Post


Jan. 6 committee alleges Trump, allies engaged in potential crimes to block vote certification


Rep. Lauren Boebert heckles Biden as he talks about his late son during the State of the Union

New transparency bills would force teachers to post instructional materials



The Chicago Sun-Times


CPS to drop mask mandate ‘in the near future,’ CEO says


Garcia says Lightfoot faces toughest re-election challenge of any mayor in 40 years


CPS principals continue push for collective bargaining rights



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Georgia lawmakers hear plan to aid low-income college students

DeKalb commissioner to discuss senior home repair program

Atlanta’s High Museum names new Driskell Prize winner for Black art


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