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Today in Black America - March 6

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USA Today

‘I just found myself struggling to keep up’: Number of teachers quitting hits new high

Texas Tech suspends men's basketball coach Mark Adams over 'racially insensitive' comment


'Sacred ground': Joe Biden marks 58th anniversary of 'Bloody Sunday' in Selma


The New York Times

The MAGA-fication of North Idaho College

Republican Votes Helped Washington Pile Up Debt

In Florida Legislative Session, a Chance for DeSantis to Check Off His Wish List



The Associated Press

Many kids are struggling in school. Do their parents know?


Kentucky House passes school discipline measure


Restoring rights for felons a rare bipartisan voting change



The Baltimore Sun

How a Black-led collective wants to change development in East Baltimore for as little as $10 a month


Inside AP African American Studies class piloted at Baltimore’s Poly and sparking national controversy

Former Republican Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan will not run for president in 2024


NJ.com

House built by former slave deteriorates in U.S. park despite pledge to spend $100K to save it

The 10 biggest winners and losers in N.J.’s school aid funding this year

N.J. had 1.12M apply for student loan forgiveness. See how many filed in your town.


The Los Angeles Times

DeSantis touts Florida approach during California visit

Biden has quietly forgiven billions in student loans despite setbacks for his signature debt plan

He’s the first Black council member of a former Orange County ‘sundown town’


The Washington Post

Biden embarks on most ambitious use of federal economic power in decades


Paul Manafort agrees to pay $3.15 million to settle with Justice

‘Slavery was wrong’ and 5 other things educators won’t teach anymore


The Chicago Sun-Times

CST Editorial Board: Protect consumers by safeguarding the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau


Illinois leads nation in applications for student debt relief

How the CTU marched from picket lines to political powerhouse


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Clark Atlanta stops classes, midterms for week after fatal shooting

Buckhead cityhood movement calls it quits ‘for now’

The Jolt: Trump attacks Fani Willis as he pushes Georgia prosecutor bills

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