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Today in Black America - February 21

POSTED: February 21, 2023, 9:30 am

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The Associated Press

Russia suspends only remaining major nuclear treaty with US

Inside the Trump grand jury that probed election meddling

Seattle considers historic law barring caste discrimination


USA Today

Why Supreme Court conservatives may rip into Biden's student loan plan

Student loan payments are set to restart in 2023. Here's how borrowers should prepare
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America's kids are dying from injuries. Some are more at risk than others.


The New York Times


Black Mayors of 4 Biggest U.S. Cities Draw Strength From One Another

In Vermont, a School and Artist Fight Over Murals of Slavery

Supreme Court to Hear Case That Targets a Legal Shield of Tech Giants


The Baltimore Sun

Standardized exams keep Black social workers out, activists say. These Marylanders want to change that.

Hundreds of Baltimore County officers still lack body cameras, including one who fired a gun in two shootings

In Baltimore for the CIAA Tournament? Here’s where to shop, eat and visit.


NJ.com

N.J. is becoming more diverse. So, why aren’t there more teachers of color?


Family of 4 found dead in N.J. home killed in murder-suicide, investigators say

They offer to help nursing home residents get Medicaid. Too often, say legislators, they cheat them.


The Los Angeles Times

Editorial: All judges must adhere to ethical standards. Yes, even Supreme Court justices

Conflict brews over governor’s student transfer guarantee plan for ultracompetitive UCLA


He’s bold, camera ready and loves Twitter, but has L.A.'s schools chief uplifted students?



The Chicago Sun-Times


1919 race riots memorial project will honor victims where they died — in streets all over city


Why some ex-Illinois lawmakers convicted or accused of crimes get to keep their pensions

Protesters greet Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on visit to Chicago area: ‘Illinois is a place where we say gay. We’re proud of it.’



The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Ga. Senate leaders back $32.5 billion state budget with property tax break

Cops: 10-year-old shot while sleeping in SW Atlanta home targeted by gunfire

The Jolt: Marjorie Taylor Greene calls for ‘national divorce’ separating states




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