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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 21

POSTED: November 22, 2022, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press


GOP’s lackluster fundraising spurs post-election infighting

Democratic U.S. Rep. Gomez triumphs in California district


Trump's growing GOP challengers revive fears of 2016 repeat


The New York Times


A prosecutor schooled in corruption cases will take over two Trump-related criminal investigations.

Manhattan Prosecutors Again Eye a Path Toward Charging Trump

Allegation of Supreme Court Breach Prompts Calls for Inquiry


USA Today


HIV rates among Black women are increasing. Why aren't they getting care?

Kevin McCarthy wants to block three Democrats from committees if he becomes House speaker

Marshall seeks new Title IX coordinator after USA TODAY investigation


The Baltimore Sun


1 in 8 victims of gun violence taken to Baltimore-area hospitals is a child, a grim picture made worse by the coronavirus pandemic

Baltimore marks 300th and 301st homicides of 2022; mayor laments staggering, continual loss of life

Everett Sesker defeats Anne Arundel Sheriff Jim Fredericks; Pittman secures second term, final election results show



NJ.com


N.J. Republicans grappling with Trump’s influence as they aim to retake state Legislature

Bring back virtual learning for N.J. kids, these parents say as they rev up fight for remote option

N.J. church honors members dozens who died from COVID (PHOTOS)


The Los Angeles Times


The entire L.A. City Council racist audio leak, transcribed and annotated by our experts

Essay: By refusing to resign, Kevin de León gives anti-Blackness a pass

Guerrero: Affirmative action cases aren’t about ending discrimination. Their goal is white supremacy


The Washington Post


As Pelosi backs away, a new generation of Democrats steps forward

Republican 2024 hopefuls chart paths to run against or around Trump

Political leaders prepare for gridlock and inquiries in next Congress


The Chicago Sun-Times


‘Whiteness’ course triggers harassment, death threats against University of Chicago instructor


City blows deadline to make all polling places accessible, deeply frustrating disabled voters 30 years after ADA became law


Weekend toll in Chicago: 15-year-old girl among 3 killed, 2 teens among 17 other people wounded by gunfire


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Abortion battle emerges in midst of Georgia’s U.S. Senate runoff

Progress toward Stone Mountain truth-telling exhibit a ‘positive step’

The Jolt: Warnock to bring in Dave Matthews for swing voter two-step









NJ.com






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