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Today in Black America - February 22

POSTED: February 22, 2023, 10:30 am

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The Associated Press

McCarthy gives Carlson access to Jan. 6 footage, raising alarms

Malcolm X's daughter to sue CIA and FBI for wrongful death

Supreme Court won’t upset Arkansas anti-Israel boycott law

USA Today

McClellan wins election, will be state's first Black woman in Congress

Gen Z is driving force among adults identifying as LGBTQ, poll shows. Here's a breakdown.

Family sues in Colorado police shooting at middle school pick-up line

The New York Times

Justice Dept. Struggles to Enforce Early Release Program for Abused Inmates

Jury in Georgia Trump Inquiry Recommended Multiple Indictments, Forewoman Says

‘The Democratic Party in New York Is a Disaster’

The Baltimore Sun

Judge admonishes Marilyn Mosby’s former attorney, finds criminal contempt not warranted

Baltimore receives grant to address ‘Highway to Nowhere’: ‘It’s never too late to undo the wrongs of the past’

Family of Henrietta Lacks asks court to reject Thermo Fisher’s second motion to dismiss lawsuit

N.J. artist’s powerful Black History Month shirt is a bestseller at Old Navy

N.J. reports 667 COVID cases, 13 deaths. Transmission rate remains flat.

N.J. jail developed a novel drug treatment policy for inmates. Now it’s a model for federal prisons.

The Washington Post

McCarthy gives Tucker Carlson exclusive access to Jan. 6 riot video

Analysis: Letting Tucker Carlson cherry-pick Jan. 6 footage is a very, very bad idea

McClellan calls projected historic win for Virginia Congress seat ‘poetic justice’

The Los Angeles Times

Column: Why Fox News’ lies about Trump’s defeat probably aren’t protected by the 1st Amendment

Drag story hours have been around for years. Now, they’re targets of violence

Editorial: LAPD’s broken discipline system doesn’t hold officers accountable

The Chicago Sun-Times

Lightfoot campaign sent 9,900 emails seeking support from CPS, City Colleges staff, documents show

‘Always somebody you should be around.’ Classmates remember 13-year-old boy shot and killed along with 1-year-old girl and her 19-year-old dad

Natalie Y. Moore: Hope is a tricky thing when it comes to racism

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

By the numbers: Atlanta’s DNC bid breakdown

Susana Morales case: Gwinnett police to give update in teen’s death investigation

Why Jimmy Carter’s pastor won’t say ‘goodbye’ to the former president

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