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Today in Black America - July 19

POSTED: July 19, 2022, 8:30 am

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The Associated Press

Gun violence leads community groups to take bolder action

Former White House aides to testify at next Jan. 6 hearing


Emmett Till's house, Black sites to get preservation funds


USA Today


Indiana mall shooting victims, shooter ID'd by authorities: What we know


Experts say Uvalde report shows errors led to 'disaster': What we know

Angry parents question Uvalde, Texas school board


The New York Times


One of former President Trump’s national security aides is expected to testify at Thursday’s Jan. 6 hearing.

How ‘Stop the Steal’ Captured the American Right


Democrats Navigate Nuanced Views on Abortion Among Black Voters


The Baltimore Sun


Live coverage: 2022 Maryland primary election

Sonia Eaddy wins decadeslong fight to save her home in Baltimore’s Poppleton neighborhood: ‘This victory is for us — all of us’

New 988 national, Maryland suicide and crisis hotline is up and running


NJ.com

Walgreens boycott trends after birth control, condom sales refused. ‘This should not be happening.’

Struggling NJCU is pondering hard choices. It can look to William Paterson for some answers

42-year-old North Carolina man fatally shot near N.J. park, police say


The Washington Post


As Biden eyes 2024, one person weighs heavily: Trump


Schools race to improve indoor air quality as coronavirus cases climb

Robinson: America is resigned to mass shootings — but not to police who fail to act



The Los Angeles Times


Coronavirus cases are soaring in L.A. County, but this wave is different


After ‘92 riots, L.A. bought land in Watts and promised jobs. Now, it’s weeds and shanties

Skelton: If Newsom sees himself as president, he should move into position to run. That’s what he’s doing



The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Walker wants to focus on issues - but offers few specifics


Byron Allen’s company planning to buy Black News Channel for $11 million

The Jolt: Fani Willis’ Trump probe becomes flashpoint in lieutenant governor’s race


The Chicago Sun-Times


‘The city lost one of its great daughters.’ Search continues for suspects in Bronzeville hit-and-run that killed journalist, activist

CHA to consider leasing public housing land to CPS for new Near South Side high school


In wake of parade shooting, some scammers focus on Latino residents






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