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Today in Black America - March 4

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The Associated Press


Inmates leaving gangs, stripping tats for jobs, better lives

'Abhorrent': Prison boss vexes DOJ with alleged intimidation


Voter turnout sagging in troubled voting rights hub of Selma



The New York Times


U.S. Economy Adds 678,000 Jobs, Continuing Strong Run

A 19-year-old testified against his father in a trial related to the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.


Eyeing Criminal Case, Panel Suggests Trump Knew He Lost the Election


USA Today

Booming 678,000 jobs added in February as omicron fades, dining, travel pick up

Labor rights groups push for reform of farmworker visa program in wake of human trafficking case


Global Methodist Church announces May launch, split from United Methodist Church over LGBTQ rights


The Baltimore Sun

Planning Commission approves six digital billboards in downtown Baltimore; discussion to continue on five others

Congressional panel chaired by Jamie Raskin sheds light on missing minority women and girls, including one from Baltimore


Baltimore Hilton dips into reserve fund to make $3.7 million in interest payments



The Washington Post


New video shows Roger Stone working behind the scenes to overturn the 2020 election, secure pardons


House panel subpoenas Kimberly Guilfoyle, partner of Donald Trump Jr.


New evidence shows Trump was often told there was no voter fraud — but he kept saying it anyway



NJ.com


Murphy unveils plan for big property tax rebates to nearly 2M N.J. households


N.J. defends ‘segregated’ school system in court. Will its case hold up?

Furious N.J. lawmakers demand Murphy administration settle unemployment claims, reopen offices



The Los Angeles Times

California judges could order help for homeless Californians under Newsom’s new plan


L.A. County lifts indoor mask rule after hitting crucial milestone

Killing of 3 kids spurs call to reform domestic violence cases: ‘The legal system failed’


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Automatic voter registration plummets in Georgia after initial surge


OPINION | Georgia student: Kemp, legislators seek to silence diverse voices

Immigrant advocates protest Georgia ICE jail expansion


The Chicago Sun-Times


Principal at highly rated Chicago high school reveals bitter battle with Local School Council

Lynn Sweet: State Sen. Jacqueline Collins launches run for Rep. Bobby Rush seat: backed by pastor Michael Pfleger

‘Deplorable?’ ‘Disturbing?’ ‘Darkest day in Illinois history?’ Democrats and Republicans offer sharp words on Madigan indictment






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