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John Brown organized raid on the military arsenal at Harper's Ferry in 1858.

Today in Black America - December 29

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The Associated Press


NY Rep.-elect Santos investigated for lying about his past

New year expected to bring more changes to state voting laws


Court to unveil recount results in 3 close Arizona races


The New York Times

George Santos Faces Federal and Local Investigations, and Public Dismay

Will Lifting Title 42 Cause a Border Crisis? It’s Already Here
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In Memphis, the Phonics Movement Comes to High School


USA Today


Trump tax returns will be released Friday, House panel says

The uncounted: COVID data ignores the true death toll of people of color


Jan. 6 transcripts: Guilfoyle demands $60k, White House chief burns docs, white nationalist pleads 5th


The Washington Post


Buffalo blizzard fuels racial and class divides in polarized city

District attorney in New York opens investigation into Rep.-elect George Santos

GOP language seeks to obscure role of far right in domestic terrorism


NJ.com

Employment rates for those with disabilities remains too low in N.J., advocates say

Toni Morrison tribute coming to Princeton University

N.J. reports 1,944 COVID cases, 25 confirmed deaths. Rate of transmission on the rise.


The Baltimore Sun

After losing teammates to gun violence, Baltimore youth hockey team forges ahead: ‘It’s about giving them some hope’

As Baltimore records 329 homicides, violence takes toll on those working for change in city’s deadliest neighborhood

Fort Meade receives $17.5 million for road improvements in federal defense spending bill


The Los Angeles Times


LAPD announces $50,000 reward in investigation over deadly street takeover

‘What’s up! I can’t read.’ O.C. resident goes viral after schooling left him functionally illiterate

Berkeley’s top cop faced internal accusations of misconduct as she rose through ranks


The Chicago Sun-Times


Retiring Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White reveals the racism that shaped his legacy


The hiring process for people who investigate abuse in Illinois prisons is mismanaged, the state says

CPS admits delayed response to lead paint found at Bridgeport’s McClellan Elementary School



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


‘It’s just a stepping stone’: Two programs try cash to alleviate poverty

Homeowners speak out against HOAs at the Georgia Capitol


OPINION | FROM OUR EDITOR: Dangerous dwellings damage our community





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