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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 19

POSTED: September 19, 2022, 8:30 am

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USA Today


Massachusetts seeks human trafficking probe targeting Florida Gov. DeSantis over migrants

Biden discusses Mar-a-Lago documents, Taiwan, COVID in '60 Minutes' interview

Hurricane Fiona makes landfall as all of Puerto Rico has lost power


The Associated Press


Locked Up: The prison labor that built business empires


Racism seen as root of water crisis in Mississippi capital

Maine rematch could be a bellwether for control of Congress


The New York Times

The Story So Far: Where 6 Investigations Into Donald Trump Stand

Trump Rally Plays Music Resembling QAnon Song, and Crowds React

Puerto Rico, Battered by Hurricane Fiona, Could Be Without Power for Days


The Washington Post


Oakland is closing public schools, raising tough questions in the proud city

Appeals court upholds Texas law regulating social media moderation


Republicans in key battleground races refuse to say they will accept results


NJ.com


N.J. special ed teacher passed over for promotions because of his race, lawsuit alleges


These are the side effects to expect from omicron-targeted COVID booster shots

9 N.J. schools just got a big national honor. Here’s the list.


The Baltimore Sun


Maryland is likely to legalize recreational cannabis this November. This group is leaving nothing to chance.

Desperate to turn back rising floods, Turner Station is asking for help to put climate justice into action

Maryland’s ‘Move Over’ law to expand Oct. 1 to cover stopped cars with hazard lights and other caution signals



The Los Angeles Times

School book bans have seen an unprecedented surge this year, a new report says

Student’s overdose death prompts urgent action among educators, police

Abcarian: Our vindictive sheriff turns the crazy up to 11. What will it take to stop him?



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


The Jolt: Forsyth GOP cancels protest aimed at Stacey Abrams

Voting equipment tested in a ‘dress rehearsal’ before Georgia election

Opinion: Parents shaped COVID-19 policies more than politics


The Chicago Sun-Times


‘Peace Warriors’ — who draw inspiration from MLK — train CPS students in resisting, preventing violence

Poll shows Congressman Garcia in strong starting position if he runs for Chicago mayor


State Sen. Michael Hastings, whose wife accused him of domestic violence, faces mounting political, personal issues

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