today in black history

December 09, 2022

P.B.S. Pinchback becomes the nation's first Black governor on this date in 1872 in the state of Louisiana.

Today in Black America - October 11

POSTED: October 11, 2022, 8:30 am

  • POST
    • Add to Mixx!
  • SEND TO FRIEND
  • Text Size
  • TEXT SIZE
  • CLEARPRINT
  • PDF

Note: Some newspapers listed use a pay wall that requires a subscription before you can access the article.

The Associated Press

Fight for Black voters intensifies in close Pa. Senate race

Conservative PACs inject millions into local school races

Absentee ballot spoiling court ruling put on hold


The New York Times

The Origins of the G.O.P. Tactic of Sending Migrants to Blue States

Opinion: Teenagers Are Telling Us That Something Is Wrong With America


Stewart Rhodes Is Not the Only Oath Keeper on Trial



USA Today


Airport websites taken down; Russian hackers take credit for disruption

Latinos will make up nearly a third of US students in 2030. Will schools help them succeed?

COVID-19 pandemic aid more than $300 billion short for dealing with student learning loss, study shows


NJ.com

Grieving N.J. city lights a candle to mourn fallen high school basketball star

NJ Transit to spend $8M for new train windows you can actually see out of

N.J. reports 865 COVID cases, 1 death. Transmission rate remains steady
.


The Baltimore Sun

Marylanders could pay $800M over next 30 years in medical costs, loss of time from BWI Marshall airplane noises, study shows

Republican gubernatorial nominee Dan Cox pulls out of ‘Unite the Right’ event sharing same name as anti-Semitic Charlottesville rally

Wes Moore and Aruna Miller for Maryland governor, lieutenant governor | BALTIMORE SUN EDITORIAL BOARD ENDORSEMENT


The Los Angeles Times

Editorial: Resign, Councilmembers Nury Martinez, Kevin de León and Gil Cedillo


In Nury Martinez’s district, Angelenos react with disgust to news of racist recording

Ron Herrera resigns as L.A. Labor Federation head amid furor, sources say


The Washington Post


Opinion: How a law-and-order Democrat could disrupt Rubio’s glide to reelection

Opinion: Conservative judges’ new gun-law rulings show ‘originalism’ beyond parody

How much of right-wing opposition to vaccination was Fox News’s fault?


The Chicago Sun-Times


Replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day — completely, Illinois coalition urges


Alden Loury: America has a path to a true racial reckoning, if only we’ll take it

GOP megadonor kicks in $13.9 million more to defeat Pritzker, $1 million to oppose union rights amendment



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


DeKalb to keep controversial elections software, move poll worker data

Years after acquittal, Clayton Sheriff Victor Hill back on trial Wednesday

As Walker struggles to firm up GOP base, Kemp aims to expand political map

Note: Some newspapers listed use a pay wall that requires a subscription before you can access the article.

Related References