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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 28

POSTED: March 28, 2022, 10:00 am

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The Associated Press


Nuclear fears in US amid Russia-Ukraine war: AP-NORC poll


Undercover agent next in trial of Gov. Whitmer kidnap plot

US Rep. Jeff Fortenberry of Nebraska announces resignation



The New York Times


How Joe Manchin Aided Coal, and Earned Millions


New Supply Chain Risk: 22,000 Dockworkers Who May Soon Strike

Will Black Democratic Voters Turn Out for Gov. Hochul?



The Baltimore Sun


Maryland lawmakers eye statewide paid leave program, but uncertainty over details clouds outlook

A judge threw out Maryland’s congressional map for ‘extreme’ gerrymandering. Here’s what that means.

Maryland lawmakers poised to pass environmental bills to increase inspections, ban chemicals, invest in conservation


The Los Angeles Times

Editorial: Government emails are public records. Deleting them too quickly is not OK

The Oscar night feud between Chris Rock and Will Smith has history

Opinion: L.A.’s asphalt-covered schoolyards are an environmental injustice


NJ.com


Dozens die in N.J. prisons each year. Families say it’s taking too long to find out why.

Top N.J. lawmaker all but shuts the door on Murphy’s same-day voting goal


Stimulus update: Here’s who would get $100 when gas prices spike if new bill passes


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


While Warnock’s gas tax holiday stalls in D.C., Georgia passes state law

Perdue promotes election conspiracies to boost struggling campaign

Mayor Bottoms credit card use restrained compared to previous mayor


The Washington Post


Democrats urge Clarence Thomas to recuse himself over wife’s texts

Cruz’s battle to keep Trump in power has cost him friends, sparks questions

In ‘social-emotional learning,’ right sees more critical race theory


USA Today


Manchin to vote for Ketanji Brown Jackson, likely ensuring she will be the first Black woman on Supreme Court

Chris Rock declines to file police report after Will Smith slaps him

House Jan. 6 panel to vote on contempt for Peter Navarro, Dan Scavino


The Chicago Sun-Times

CPS has lost 8% of schools’ ‘tech assets’ during COVID, tens of thousands of computers, even air purifiers, defibrillators

Dozens of Chicago cops guard mayor and family in below-the-radar security unit created in 2020

Chicago renters, property owners hit by pandemic fraud, as fake landlords scam renters


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