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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 - May 3

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The Associated Press


Report: Supreme Court draft suggests Roe could be overturned

Court that rarely leaks does so now in biggest case in years

2022 midterms: What to know about Ohio, Indiana primaries



The Baltimore Sun


Feds ask judge to sentence Ken Ravenell to 8 years in prison as Ravenell’s lawyers request probation


Columbia-based firm pays off eligible employees’ student debt as incentive


A world without Roe? Overturning the landmark abortion ruling could have ripple effects, even in a state like Maryland



The New York Times


This is what the end of Roe v. Wade could mean
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Many Americans are being hit by rapidly rising electricity bills, compounding the financial toll from inflation.

Is That an Outlaw Lawn? Las Vegas Has a New Approach to Saving Water.


USA Today


What two missing child cases say about ‘missing white woman syndrome’


Leaked abortion opinion adds fire to public debate over Roe v. Wade

Biden celebrates Eid al-Fitr at the White House



The Los Angeles Times


The Los Angeles D.A.’s office is at war with itself. How does anything get done?

Killings in L.A. are on pace to top last year’s high


Cal State L.A. faculty decry forced removal of professor and BLM leader from debate



NJ.com


They were both from N.J., but Menendez voted against Alito for Supreme Court. The issue: abortion.

Inmate gets 22 years for smuggling drugs into N.J. prison that led to overdose

Clark residents continue to call for mayor to resign over racist and sexist remarks



The Chicago Sun-Times


Lightfoot hints strongly at ignoring expected recommendation to permanently sideline Columbus statues

Jesse Jackson: Gun violence rises as access to guns rises


Exclusive details on Chicago’s bid for 2024 Democratic convention: Bid due May 27


The Washington Post

Opinion: The Democrats need the midterms to be a mudfight


Slight majority in poll say Trump should be charged over Jan. 6 role

New York’s disgraced lieutenant governor to be removed from ballot


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


The Jolt: Democrats predict leaked abortion opinion, ‘Will elect Stacey and Warnock’

Midtown parents upset as Atlanta school rezoning plan moves forward

Atlanta to pay nearly $1 million to man shot by cop outside stadium






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