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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 15

POSTED: November 15, 2022, 8:00 am

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The New York Times

Jan. 6 Committee Weighs Further Actions as Trump Refuses to Testify

Katie Hobbs, Who Defied Trump in Arizona, Tops Kari Lake for Governor

Roberta Flack Has A.L.S. and Can No Longer Sing, Her Publicist Says


USA Today

They were counting on student loan forgiveness. Now hope is dwindling.

Opinion: Election denier Kari Lake met her match: Arizona voters

Texas middle school teacher told students his race 'is the superior one' in viral video


The Baltimore Sun


Port Covington renamed Baltimore Peninsula, ushering in new brand and new chapter

Harford County Public Schools to pay tuition of students participating in dual enrollment at Harford Community College


Maryland Republican chair Dirk Haire won’t seek reelection, says party self-destructed in election with ‘counterproductive and petty nonsense’


NJ.com


Mother and sons sue Newark, charging racial profiling and harassment after melee with police

State Police trainers had disciplinary issues and skipped lessons on racial profiling, report says

Students seek answers after Princeton professor uses n-word in class



The Washington Post

Katie Hobbs projected to defeat Trump-backed Kari Lake in Ariz. governor’s race


Inside Kari Lake’s war room, where Republicans are grappling with defeat

Biden aides consider extending student loan freeze after court defeats



The Associated Press


GOP on cusp of retaking House control with slim majority


Virginia students were prepared for shooting, not aftermath

Climate activist blasts leaders holding onto fossil projects


The Los Angeles Times


Bass ‘on track to win’ L.A. mayor’s race as lead grows to more than 29,000 votes

Op-Ed: Will the GOP finally do something about its Trump problem?


Voters in Oregon pass strict gun-control measure, declare healthcare to be a fundamental right


The Chicago Sun-Times


Jill Biden touts ‘career-connected learning’ in Chicago, calling education a nonpartisan ‘American’ issue

$5M settlement to family of teen killed by Chicago police clears City Council panel


Black-owned company gets OK for $13.5M city subsidy to buy, revamp 6 South, West side grocery stores



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Debate over Saturday voting rattles U.S. Senate runoff

HAPPENING TODAY: Kemp to testify before Fulton grand jury Tuesday

Metro Atlanta schools will move to remote learning for runoff election


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