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August 17, 2022

Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Pan-Africanist, Black Nationalist and entrepreneur, was born in 1887 in St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica.

Today in Black America - July 7

POSTED: July 07, 2022, 7:30 am

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The New York Times


Biden Promised to Stay Above the Fray, but Democrats Want a Fighter

Comey and McCabe, Who Infuriated Trump, Both Faced Intensive I.R.S. Audits

How a Long-Sought Bill Could Make Construction Work Less Deadly


The Washington Post

Despite little outcry, Chicago’s bloody weekend eclipsed Highland Park toll

Uvalde officer spotted gunman, then asked for permission to shoot, report says

The Supreme Court’s EPA ruling was the beginning of something bigger


The Los Angeles Times


The last abortion clinic in Mississippi closes its doors

News Analysis: Supreme Court likes separation of powers, but not of church and state


Super-infectious BA.4, BA.5 push L.A. coronavirus cases to highest levels in 5 months


The Baltimore Sun

Racial healing to top agenda as Episcopalians converge on Baltimore for their 80th churchwide convention

A New Yorker bets big on Baltimore’s vacant homes. ‘It’s going to be crazy down here.’


Famed attorney Ben Crump joins West Baltimore couple in lawsuit against Baltimore school system, City of Baltimore


The Associated Press


Haiti’s struggle worsened in year since slaying of president

EXPLAINER: Should red-flag law have stopped parade shooting?

Colorado county moves to change local gun control laws


USA Today

'Cheer' star Jerry Harris sentenced to 12 years in prison for sex crimes

Uvalde officer aimed rifle at gunman outside school but didn't fire, new report finds


Biden to present the Medal of Freedom to 17 people. Denzel Washington and Simone Biles are among those.


NJ.com


Family of N.J. man who died weeks after arrest sues police, city

Jersey City mails property tax bills again, this time with mayor’s message on tax hike: Don’t blame me


Teens in N.J. will now be able to work longer hours as Murphy signs law


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


The Jolt: DA Fani Willis on Trump grand jury probe: ‘This is not a game’


Starbucks union push in Atlanta part of national organizing trend

Film to focus on Georgia Tech, fight against segregation at 1956 Sugar Bowl



The Chicago Sun-Times


Highland Park suspect confessed to July 4 massacre, drove to Wisconsin but opted not to open fire there, prosecutors say

Illinois State Police director defends decision to give suspected Highland Park killer a gun permit in 2020

CST Editorial Board: To save people from gun violence, close loopholes in the law






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