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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 12

POSTED: September 12, 2022, 8:30 am

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The Associated Press


‘I cannot mourn’: Former colonies conflicted over the queen

Georgia’s shifting politics force GOP to look beyond Atlanta

Family wants answers after pallbearer killed by officers



The Washington Post


Trump backers flood election offices with requests as 2022 vote nears


NIH lecture to delve into racism of mental health care in the South


Primary season concludes with bitterly contested GOP races in N.H.


The New York Times


In Atlanta, a Local Prosecutor Takes on Murder, Street Gangs and a President

Expanded Safety Net Drives Sharp Drop in Child Poverty


A Plan to Push Cars Out of Manhattan Could Make the Bronx’s Air Dirtier


USA Today

Many US prisons don't have full AC. Climate change is making it 'torture'

Homicides down but violent crime increased in major US cities, new survey says

Get ready to return to the classroom



NJ.com


Plan to integrate schools, cut ‘courtesy’ busing roils N.J. school district


Gov. Murphy open to tightening law as convicted N.J. officials continue to collect pensions


Corrections officer smuggled cold cuts, jewelry into N.J. prison for bribes, officials say



The Baltimore Sun


Baltimore County’s watchdog has brought scrutiny to local government. Now her agency is doubling in size
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UMBC coach sexually harassed swimmers, report found. Now, federal investigators are interviewing current and former students
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Ex-Hogan donors have given nearly four times as much to Maryland Democratic gubernatorial candidate Moore as Republican Cox


The Los Angeles Times


Heat waves are getting worse. When will L.A. get around to offering bus riders more shade?

L.A.’s Central Avenue was a Black jazz mecca. Jefferson High and Muse/ique aim to rekindle the flame

Commentary: Congress may soon have its first Gen Z-er. He gives young people like me hope


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Georgia football is part of political playbook this fall

The Jolt: Walker attacks Warnock on race in Senate contest

Morehouse School of Medicine report highlights cost of mental health inequities



The Chicago Sun-Times


Chicago hit with most severe flooding in over 2 years: ‘It was just pouring down’

Most Illinois taxpayers will be getting a tax rebate from the state — all you need to know

Elena Gottreich: Chicago is making real progress on policing reform




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