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On this date in 2007 Brown University pledged to raise $10 million to make amends for benefiting from the enslavement of Africans.

Today in Black America - February 24

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The Associated Press

HBCUs have big role to train diverse teachers amid shortages


Train crew had little warning before Ohio wreck, probe finds

Japanese Americans won redress, fight for Black reparations



The New York Times

The E.S.G. Fight Has Come to This: Bankers Suing Lawyers


Bouie: Marjorie Taylor Greene Has a Dream


Special Counsel Seeks to Force Pence to Testify Before Jan. 6 Grand Jury


The Baltimore Sun

Gov. Wes Moore nominates first Black superintendent of Maryland State Police


Maryland Attorney General Anthony Brown says office would defend Child Victims Act in court

Baltimore to join other cities in national effort aimed at reducing gun violence by 20% over 5 years


USA Today


Biden announces new sanctions against Russia, meeting with G-7 leaders

In journalism, we face tough decisions. Sometimes, brave editors make toughest ones of all.

Patients worried IVF treatments could become illegal under abortion bans, doctors say


NJ.com

N.J. has investigated 75 police-involved death cases in four years. See them all here.

N.J. promised to change how it probes police shootings. Critics say it isn’t working.


Rutgers-Newark celebrates Black history made on campus 54 years ago


The Los Angeles Times

Historic storm hits California, NorCal seeing significant snowfall


Editorial: Carvalho’s first report card as LAUSD superintendent: a few stumbles, but he can do better

California opens civil rights investigation of Riverside County Sheriff’s Office


The Chicago Sun-Times


Here’s how the 4 mayoral front-runners plan to make the runoff


Jacob Sullum: Lou Dobbs’ 2020 election fraud lies could help Dominion Voting’s lawsuit against Fox


With Illinois children in ‘crisis,’ Pritzker releases report designed to improve behavioral health care


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


K-12 school voucher bill introduced in Georgia Senate

Black banks long important to Atlanta, a bastion of financial strength

The Jolt: Fani Willis slams district attorney oversight bill as ‘racist’




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