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Today in Black America - February 16

POSTED: February 16, 2023, 10:00 am

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The Associated Press


1 killed, 3 hurt in shooting at El Paso, Texas shopping mall

Judge to Trump: Too late to offer DNA to rebut rape claim

DeSantis signs migrant relocation, election fraud bills


The New York Times

Georgia Judge to Release Grand Jury Findings in Trump Election Inquiry


Opinion: The Law Is Closing In on Trump

Church Committee Aides Warn Jim Jordan to Eschew Partisanship



The Baltimore Sun


5 Maryland education issues to watch during this General Assembly session

Lawsuit against Thermo Fisher by Henrietta Lacks’ family slowly moves forward


Baltimore State’s Attorney Ivan Bates wants longer gun sentences despite opposing research


USA Today

New details of Georgia Trump investigation coming Thursday. What we know.

Trial evidence: Proud Boys leader tipped off ahead of Jan. 2021 arrest

How diverse is corporate America? There are more Black leaders, but white men still run it


NJ.com


Another N.J. high school starting classes later so teens get more sleep

N.J. expanding AP African American studies in 26 schools as Murphy slams DeSantis for blocking them

They lost everything. New measure would prohibit nursing homes from preying on residents.



The Los Angeles Times


Opinion: How repeat exposure to shootings like Michigan State’s traumatizes young people — and what we can do about it

L.A. County sheriff creates new office to ‘eradicate all deputy gangs’


Chabria: A school threat. Another reminder we are living in the age of gun trauma



The Chicago Sun-Times


After indictment of Oak Lawn cop, civil rights group presses for charges against two other cops in beating of 17-year-old suspect

‘A great injustice’: Property tax hikes lead to protests, workshops to help homeowners lower bills

Pritzker proposes budget with nearly $1 billion boost for students — from preschool to college


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Black and Native: embracing the intersection of the two cultures

School librarians could face criminal charges under Georgia bill

Jan. 6 documents: Georgia legislators answered Trump’s call to overturn election




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