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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 - September 1

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USA Today

Ohio police fatally shoot unarmed Black man in bed, video shows

Report cites ‘concerning’ declines in reading and math scores for nation’s 9-year-olds

Education secretary: We can use national report card to help students


The New York Times


Analysis: Trump Unwittingly Gave Justice Dept. an Edge in Document Fight

The Pandemic Erased Two Decades of Progress in Math and Reading


‘A Breach of Trust’: Three Parents on Why They Became School Activists


The Associated Press

A timeline of the investigation into Trump’s Mar-a-Lago docs

Obstruction now a major focus in Trump documents probe

Watering while Black: anatomy of a pastor’s Alabama arrest


The Baltimore Sun

Three dead in Wednesday shootings; two men killed in separate shootings a block apart in West Baltimore’s Parkview/Woodbrook neighborhood

Naval Academy should change names of buildings and street named after Confederate sailors, federal task force says

East and West Baltimore are beset by food deserts. Here’s how the city is trying to change that.


The Washington Post

Justice Dept. filing points to new legal trouble for Trump and lawyers, experts say

Mary Peltola defeats Sarah Palin in Alaska special election, flipping state’s lone House seat


A Klansman sculpture has hung at West Point for more than a half-century


The Los Angeles Times


As playground asphalt sizzles to 145 degrees in extreme heat, parents demand school shade

Op-Ed: How a new California law for fast food workers can set a path for industries nationwide

Students wait months for mental health help. ‘We’re bombarded,’ counselor says



The Chicago Sun-Times

Migrants sent by Texas governor arrive in Chicago. ‘People told us no one is going to help you.’

Drag racers, drifters and unruly spectators would face prison time under new proposal in Springfield


Ben Jealous: Back to school means back to fighting far-right attacks on education


NJ.com


Hundreds of rental assistance payments are apparently missing. N.J. lawmaker asks what went wrong
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Hundred miles from home, N.J. mom trying to take back reins on her life after Ida | Calavia-Robertson

Jan. 6 rioter charged with assaulting officer from N.J. who died set to plead guilty


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


In battleground Georgia, new voters on the rise before ‘22 election

Atlanta races to house hundreds of people by year’s end

The Jolt: Abrams, Warnock to team up after questions of ticket unity










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