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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 29

POSTED: August 29, 2022, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press

Small businesses feel the pinch from slowing housing market

Columbus students returning after striking teachers ink deal

Mastriano wore Confederate uniform for faculty photo


The New York Times

Analysis: Trump Document Inquiry Poses Unparalleled Test for Justice Dept.

Nebraska School Shuts Down Student Newspaper After L.G.B.T.Q. Publication


How Bad Is the Teacher Shortage? Depends Where You Live
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The Baltimore Sun

President Joe Biden’s student loan plan means a nearly debt-free future for some Baltimore residents


Montgomery County settles lawsuit over police encounter with 5-year-old at school in Silver Spring

‘I feel good about this year’: Baltimore-area schools resume classes amid staffing concerns, new masking rules


USA Today


Beto O'Rourke pauses Texas gubernatorial campaign over illness

Reprieve possible as Mississippi braces for second major flood in less than 3 years

A storm by any name: Sleepy hurricane season may wake up in September


NJ.com


Top Democrats grabbed millions for pet projects in N.J. budget. Here’s who got what.

‘No apology’ for cross shape for rebuilt Jersey Shore pier, religious group says


Low enrollment for first-year and transfer students at Rutgers-Camden causing major concerns


The Los Angeles Times


Facing voter backlash, California Republicans recalibrate their antiabortion stance

For many with student loans, the interest hurts the most. This congressman would know


Column: How the decline of local news exposes the public to lies and corruption



The Washington Post


Editorial: A $1.6 billion donation lays bare a broken campaign finance system

Naming of special master could complicate Mar-a-Lago documents case

Man died after Salt Lake City police pinned him in struggle, video shows


The Chicago Sun-Times

‘It’s just wild:’ Street takeovers continue throughout weekend, leading to clashes with cops but only a few arrests

R. Kelly trial enters its 3rd week with more alleged victims still to be called


Harold Lucas, Bronzeville organizer, activist, historian, dead at 79, lauded as a champion


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Summer nights in the South are getting hotter, quicker

UPDATE: Abrams rallies Ga. Democrats at state convention: ‘Let’s get it done’

‘Fired up’ Democrats at Georgia gathering get to work ahead of election







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