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President Dwight D. Eisenhower ordered federal troops to Little Rock, Arkansas in 1957 to desegregate Central High School.

Today in Black America - August 8

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Note: Today in Black America will not post August 10 - 15. Some newspapers listed use a pay wall that requires a subscription before you can access the article.

The Associated Press

Senate Democrats pass budget package, a victory for Biden

Albuquerque police seek car in killings of 4 Muslim men


What to watch in Wis., 3 other states in Tuesday’s primaries


The Washington Post


Ahmaud Arbery’s killers face federal hate crime sentencing


Campaign aide to U.S. lawmaker among 4 Muslims killed in N.M.

The health-care winners and losers in Democrats’ economic package


The New York Times


Five Decades in the Making: Why It Took Congress So Long to Act on Climate

Maps in Four States Were Ruled Illegal Gerrymanders. They’re Being Used Anyway.

Mandela Barnes, Wisconsin’s lieutenant governor, is already looking past the Democratic primary in his Senate bid.


The Baltimore Sun


‘It’s not easy to go out and find a job’: Baltimore-area businesses find ways to hire and help squeegee workers

Storied Maryland military unit expected to lose 7 of the ‘battle streamers’ that top its flag over their Confederate ties

Inside a Baltimore County schools job fair, staffing shortages attract teachers ahead of a new academic year


NJ.com


Murphy AG nominee’s mishandling of rape claim should not be forgotten at his hearing today, these women say

N.J. to issue its first guidelines on where warehouses should be built

Monkeypox detected in 13 N.J. counties as U.S. declares national health emergency


The Los Angeles Times

Californians are staying infected with the coronavirus for a long time. Here’s why


Editorial: Bring back the lost children of Los Angeles Unified


Abortion rights activists want a national leader. Is Kamala Harris up to the job?



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


The Jolt: How Ga.’s Senate runoffs made Democrats’ climate, health and tax bill happen


Georgia entertainment industry caught in crossfire over abortion, guns


Georgia Milestones: How metro school districts scored during COVID-19


USA Today


Senate OKs Inflation Reduction Act to cut drug prices, combat climate change

First of 3 men who killed Ahmaud Arbery sentenced in hate crimes trial

Alabama town disbands police department after officer's slavery text


The Chicago Sun-Times


A year after Officer Ella French was killed during a traffic stop, Lightfoot and Pritzker join police officials to honor her memory

CST Editorial Board: There’s plenty of work to do to improve Illinois schools

Illinois’ sales tax holiday on back-to-school gear started Friday, lasts through Aug. 14





Note: Today in Black America will not post August 10 - 15. Some newspapers listed use a pay wall that requires a subscription before you can access the article.

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