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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 - September 2

POSTED: September 02, 2022, 8:30 am

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USA Today

Ginni Thomas pressured Wisconsin lawmakers to change 2020 election, emails show

Retired cop gets 10 years in prison, longest sentence in Capitol attack

At least 1 dead, 2 injured after North Carolina high school stabbing, authorities said



The New York Times

Biden Calls on Americans to Resist Threats to Democracy


In America, Kids Must Go to School, but What Is It Really For?


Ex-N.Y.P.D. Officer Gets 10 Years for Participating in Jan. 6 Attack



The Washington Post

Trump’s dominance of GOP threatens nation, Biden warns


Pennsylvania man pleads guilty to Jan. 6 assault on officer Sicknick

NYPD cop who assaulted police receives longest Jan. 6 sentence yet: 10 years


The Associated Press


Biden sounds newly strong alarm: Trumpism menaces democracy


Red flag laws get little use as shootings, gun deaths soar

‘Devastating’: Mass shootings obscure daily U.S. gun toll



The Baltimore Sun


Skepticism, questions and hope surround news that Maryland officials plan to hand aged State Center complex to Baltimore


In Under Armour program targeting young, Black creative talent, interns design basketball uniforms of the future

Harford Community College and Harford County Public Schools sign agreement to extend dual enrollment program



NJ.com


N.J. school superintendent charged with assault after Jersey Shore street brawl

Professors at N.J. university threaten to strike just as students are set to return


N.J. man pleads guilty to assaulting cops on Jan. 6, including officer who later died


The Los Angeles Times


One by one, L.A. firefighters on front lines succumb to extreme heat, adding new danger to job


Dirty water, drying wells: Central Californians shoulder drought’s inequities

Millennials can’t afford to pay rent in these California cities because of the renter wage gap


The Chicago Sun-Times


Chicago welcomes immigrants bused out of Texas with open arms

Statue of gospel icon Mahalia Jackson to be unveiled at memorial plaza in Chatham


Advocates pitch new plan for Near South CPS high school without breaking housing promises


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


U.S. House January 6 committee seeks testimony from Newt Gingrich

Democrats push to knit together divided Atlanta communities

Governor and U.S. Senate top a busy 2022 Georgia election calendar






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