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

Today in Black America - March 22

POSTED: March 22, 2022, 8:00 am

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The Associated Press


Detroit schools aim to catch up, and then some, with US aid

Jackson faces initial round of questioning during hearings

With walkout threat, Disney finds itself in balancing act


USA Today


Texas court reinstates injunction blocking order on transgender care as child abuse


America adjusts amid ongoing pandemic


At least 4 injured after tornadoes pound Texas, Oklahoma; tens of thousands without power


The New York Times


Attacks on Judge Jackson’s Record on Child Sexual Abuse Cases Are Misleading


Echoing Conservative Grievances, Blackburn Miscasts Jackson’s Views

This Database Stores the DNA of 31,000 New Yorkers. Is It Illegal?


The Baltimore Sun

Two years removed from Baltimore mayoral candidacy, Thiru Vignarajah announces run for state’s attorney

Baltimore County Council redistricting case focuses on extent of racial polarization


Maryland congressional redistricting trial poses question of court’s reach


NJ.com

He accepted a bag full of cash while running for mayor, state says. Was that a bribe?

The public just got its first crack at Murphy’s proposed $48.9B N.J. budget. Not everyone is happy.

Senate panel approves Murphy choice to lead N.J.’s largest, most demanding department



The Washington Post


How Jackson’s path differs from current justices’


4 takeaways from first day of Jackson’s hearings

Covid infection associated with a greater chance of Type 2 diabetes, review of patient records show



The Los Angeles Times


California could see coronavirus increase this spring due to Omicron subvariant BA.2

L.A. teachers union members approve deal to lift mandate and make masking optional

Protesters shut down L.A. mayoral candidate forum at San Fernando Valley synagogue


Chicago Sun-Times


Chicago joins bandwagon of cities divesting city funds from fossil fuel companies

8 takeaways from Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing

Laura Washington: Willie Wilson’s gas giveaways could be a model for elected officials


The Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Closing arguments Tuesday in City Hall bribery trial


Atlanta councilwoman ordered to pay $5K fine over late campaign reports

Gwinnett schools part of national effort to transform public education



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