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Today in Black America - June 10

POSTED: June 10, 2022, 8:00 am

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The Associated Press

Capitol riot panel blames Trump for 1/6 ‘attempted coup’

Takeaways: ‘Carnage’ at the Capitol and a case against Trump

Capitol officer recounts Jan. 6 ‘war scene’ in her testimony



USA Today

A 7-part plan. 'Slipping in people's blood': Jan. 6 hearing takeaways

Seven startling images from the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol

'Absolutely devastating': How cable news covered the Jan. 6 hearings


The New York Times

Analysis: Trump Depicted as Would-Be Autocrat Seeking Power at All Costs

Liz Cheney said Scott Perry and other Republican House members sought presidential pardons after the Jan. 6 attack.

Opinion: Why It Matters That the Jan. 6 Hearings Put ‘a War Scene’ on Display


The Baltimore Sun

Carroll County Board of Education votes to ban LGBTQ+ Pride flags from school displays

Howard County NAACP, other groups raise concerns about encounter between council member and group of young adults

Gov. Hogan announces long-term COVID-19 preparedness strategy for Maryland


NJ.com


Bayonne schools to initiate independent probe of pool tragedy that claimed two brothers

Cosmetology school stiffed N.J. students and should lose its license, state says


Rally against gun violence planned in Princeton



The Los Angeles Times


Jan. 6 attack the ‘culmination of an attempted coup,’ chairman says

Key moments from the first day of the House’s Jan. 6 public hearings

Ali: The hearings force us not to look away from Trump’s coup attempt


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Gang members using violence to extort inmates, families at Ga. prison for women

In violent apartment complexes, residents struggle as owners prosper

White supremacists are riling up thousands on social media


The Washington Post


The committee's first hearing covered a lot of ground. Here's what you need to know.

Opinion: Liz Cheney got her chance to rebut her dishonorable peers. She didn't miss.

NAACP calls for NFL’s Del Rio to quit after Jan. 6 ‘dust-up’ comment


The Chicago Sun-Times


In Cook County, governments have lost $89.7 million, letting tenants skip out on property taxes


City Council urged to create guaranteed income program for Black men

Sun-Times/WBEZ Poll: Downstate farmer beating the crop out of GOP establishment in gov race — by nearly 2-1 margin








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