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September 24, 2022

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

Today in Black America - August 25

POSTED: August 25, 2022, 8:30 am

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The Associated Press

Student loan forgiveness could help more than 40 million

Uvalde school board fires police chief after mass shooting


Inflation’s harsh realities on display as Fed officials meet


The New York Times


How a corporate law firm led a political revolution

The Pace of Climate Change Sends Economists Back to the Drawing Board

What to Know About Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Plan



The Baltimore Sun

Maryland’s highest court upholds voting rights for student school board members

Johns Hopkins University police force town halls set for September following early lifting of ‘two-year pause’


With the start of school days away, Anne Arundel reports remaining openings for 300 teachers, 67 bus drivers


USA Today


Police chief fired after criticism of Texas school massacre response


DOJ releases previously secret Russia probe memo

Idaho cannot enforce strict abortion ban in medical emergencies after federal lawsuit



The Los Angeles Times


Most Californians view state’s water shortage as extremely serious, poll finds

New racist texts reveal Torrance cops talked about hurting and killing Black suspects


25-year-old Florida progressive poised to become first Gen Z member of Congress


The Washington Post

Archives asked for records in 2021 after Trump lawyer agreed they should be returned, email says


Breaking down the Americans who hold student loan debt and where that money went

A surprise win for Democrats hints at a big shift for 2022



NJ.com

N.J. family gets new home, thanks to high school students who helped build it

N.J. officials file lawsuits to address ‘historic injustices’ of pollution

Uvalde schools fire police chief over shooting response


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Herschel Walker sends mixed messages on minority-owned businesses

Atlanta Housing picks new developers for mixed-use plan at civic center

Kemp, prosecutors take subpoena dispute to Fulton courtroom


The Chicago Sun-Times


‘It’s going to help me live a little bit better’: Relief from some student loan debt could lift ‘burden on everyone’

‘Is this funny?’: Defense attorneys in R. Kelly trial tear into prosecution witness who smiles back


Cook County juvenile jail is locking kids, teens in their cells for most of the day, scathing review finds







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