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Tom Bradley defeats incumbent Mayor Sam Yorty and becomes the first Black mayor of Los Angeles on this date in 1973.

Today in Black America - July 21

POSTED: July 21, 2023, 2:30 pm

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The Associated Press

Texas A&M University president resigns after Black journalist’s hiring at campus unravels

Man who ambushed Fargo officers searched online for ‘kill fast’ and for crowded area events, AG says

Harris targets Florida rules on Black history pushed by DeSantis

The New York Times

Trial in Trump Documents Case Set for May 2024

SPAC Tied to Trump’s Media Company Will Pay $18 Million to Regulators

Over Harsh Dissent, Supreme Court Allows Execution of Alabama Inmate

USA Today

Justice Department to sue Texas Gov. Abbott over floating razor-wire barrier along US border, reports say

Louisville names first Black woman to be permanent police chief

What happened to Carlee Russell? That's the wrong question, experts say

The Washington Post

Judge Cannon schedules Trump’s classified documents trial for May 2024

Inside the most extreme heat wave the Southern U.S. has faced

Maryland school chief criticized for ‘toxic’ work style, management

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore’s youth being shot at highest rate in a decade as ‘new type of violence’ takes hold

State rests case in trial of Baltimore teen charged with killing man who confronted squeegee workers with bat

‘Breaking Bad,’ ‘West Wing’ actors among out-of-state donors in Maryland’s wide-open U.S. Senate campaign

Poll: Newarkers like their town but feel less safe than in the past

School bus monitor charged in seat belt death of N.J. 6-year-old student

Newark asks whole city to help boost child literacy

The Los Angeles Times

Merchant: Hollywood is on strike because CEOs fell for Silicon Valley’s magical thinking

Opinion: Black women are the unseen victims of police brutality. Why aren’t we talking about it?

What 7 AI companies agreed to do to safeguard their tech

The Chicago Sun-Times

Pioneering environmental justice organization threatened with eviction from South Side headquarters

Lightfoot attends hearing for man accused of threatening her, saying it shows need for ‘the protection to which I am entitled’

Fatal shooting of Karina Gonzalez once again highlights difficulty of seizing guns from spouse accused of abuse

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Trump moves to disqualify Fulton DA Willis — again

Atlanta’s public safety training center feud could have lasting political fallout

New report points to homicide rate declines in U.S. cities after pandemic-era spike

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