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May 27, 2022

Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, founded by the Quakers, established in 1837, is the oldest historically Black college.

Today in Black America - March 7

POSTED: March 07, 2022, 8:00 am

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The Associated Press


Death toll surpasses 6 million for pandemic now in 3rd year

Republican ‘unforced errors’ threaten path to Senate control

Fox News defense reporter challenges war comments on air


The New York Times

Rents are roaring back in New York at double the national rate, amplifying the city’s affordability crisis.

Alex Jones and Donald Trump: A Fateful Alliance Draws Scrutiny

Dennis Cunningham, Civil Rights Lawyer for Varied Causes, Dies at 86



USA Today

Duke assistant coach refused to shake hands with UNC's Hubert Davis

Former VP Pence: no room in GOP for 'Putin apologists'

White House responds to Sen. Lindsey Graham's 'take this guy out' comment on Putin


NJ.com


N.J. school, childcare mask mandates end today. School buses, too.

Should N.J. get rid of test needed to become a teacher? 9 organizations say yes.

N.J. jail inmate died after being hit in the head during fight, his family says



The Baltimore Sun


A West Baltimore landmark school attended by Thurgood Marshall to sparkle again


Baltimore City Council deadlocks on proposed revival of Dollar House program as concerns linger

Six digital billboards approved for downtown Baltimore; discussion to continue on five others


The Los Angeles Times

Nicholas Goldberg: Another thing that makes Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination special

Editorial: Misinformation is blocking climate action, and the U.N. is finally calling it out

Op-Ed: Silicon Valley’s huge diversity problem holds tech back


The Washington Post

Firearms have cost 12.6 million years of life in just a decade

Biden’s ‘test to treat’ covid plan draws praise and questions


GOP senators threaten to slow efforts to fund federal government


The Chicago Sun-Times


Almost a year after he was shot in the head on DuSable Lake Shore Drive, Kayden Swann is thriving

Fact-check: Aurora Mayor Richard Irvin playing numbers game with claim he reduced homicides by 40% his first year in office

CST Editorial Board: Facial recognition technology with global reach puts privacy in peril


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Former Reed operative accused in Atlanta City Hall scandal heads to trial

Teen killed, at least 9 others shot in Atlanta weekend gun violence

It’s qualifying week in Georgia. Here’s what to expect




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