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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 - November 7

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The Associated Press

Biden, Trump to make final appeals ahead of crucial midterms

What to watch in the high-stakes 2022 midterm elections

Banned book lesson thrusts Oklahoma teacher into campaign


USA Today

Worried about election violence? Here's what experts are seeing

A combo vaccine for flu and COVID is in the works: What to know


Affirmative action critics paint Asian Americans as the ‘model minority.’ Why that's false.


The New York Times


Reality of Irving’s Import to Nike: ‘They Can Drop Him’

As Midterms Near, Biden Faces a Nation as Polarized as Ever

Indigenous Voters, Gaining Influence, Look to Mobilize


The Baltimore Sun


Maryland Board of Public Works to vote on contract extension to give Morgan State extra housing at local hotel

With Maryland’s population of English learners spiking, resources lag behind those of other states

Man wrongly incarcerated 17 years for Baltimore homicide could receive $1.5M settlement


NJ.com


Politics and polarization fire up N.J. school board races

N.J. teacher wins $10K national education award after year full of honors

90 days suspension for 2 N.J. cops is a slap on the wrist when a man is still missing: Calavia-Robertson


The Los Angeles Times

How will Bass or Caruso win? Latino vote, liberal unity, voter rage, rain all factors


Some Democrats are growing glum, but will the 2022 midterm election bring a November surprise?

Op-Ed: Why former slave states became the foundation for American gun culture


The Washington Post


Republicans sue to disqualify thousands of mail ballots in swing states

Black voters in Florida express fear, confusion as DeSantis election laws kick in

How mixed-race neighborhoods quietly became the norm in the U.S.


The Chicago Sun-Times


CPS faces $600M financial cliff as costs shift to schools with no long-term funding plan in place

In final push, Kamala Harris frames election as fight for democracy and Republicans vow to ‘restore’ Illinois

CST Editorial Board: Build the memorial to victims of Burge-era police torture


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Warnock returns to hometown to deliver closing campaign message

OPINION: Walker and Kemp’s radically different campaigns

CDC: Wide gap in how Blacks, Hispanics were treated for COVID-19






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