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Today in Black America - July 27

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The New York Times


Justice Dept. Is Asking Witnesses About Trump in Its Jan. 6 Inquiry

In newly disclosed emails, Trump allies discussed a plan to use “fake” electors.

The Barbados Rebellion: An Island Nation's Fight for Climate Justice


USA Today

Garland vows to pursue 'anyone' criminally responsible for Jan. 6

Parents of Sandy Hook student sue conspiracy theorist Alex Jones $150M for defamation

2 former officers face sentencing for violating George Floyd's rights


The Associated Press


Hawley, Cruz escape Jan. 6 probe, have no regrets over role

GOP’s links to extremism surface in congressional primary

Feds hope new website can prevent deaths from worsening heat


The Washington Post

Justice Dept. investigating Trump’s actions as part of Jan. 6 criminal probe

19-year-old turns Gaetz insult into $115,000 abortion rights fundraiser

How families can waste less food



NJ.com

Here’s what Gov. Murphy says about N.J. public worker health benefit rate increases


N.J. health system pushes back closure of child care program after employee outcry


N.J. African Restaurant Week returns for a second year



The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore City Council committee to hold hearing on ‘squeegee issue’

Wes Moore: The outsider-insider candidate ran the smartest race for governor | COMMENTARY

Man who was shot by wife in D.C. and accused of sexual abuse while working at Baltimore County day care is facing 13 charges


The Los Angeles Times

What to expect from the next set of Jan. 6 committee hearings

New studies say Wuhan market is the only ‘plausible’ source of COVID-19 pandemic

Will California’s $4.1-billion bet on ‘community schools’ transform K-12 education?



The Chicago Sun-Times

Two CPS teachers who protested General Iron face firing for encouraging students to do the same


Proposed ordinance would resurrect idea of publicly funded Chicago elections

Illinois Democrats display united front — at least on hopes Chicago will host 2024 convention



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


AJC poll: Kemp, Warnock slightly ahead in Georgia’s top races


In Georgia Senate race, a historic faceoff between two Black men

Abrams’ affordable housing plan targets predatory landlords




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