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Today in Black America - September 21

POSTED: September 21, 2023, 7:00 am

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The Associated Press

No Labels push in closely divided Arizona fuels Democratic anxiety about a Biden spoiler

Behind all the speechmaking at the UN lies a basic, unspoken question: Is the world governable?

Outdated headline sparks vicious online hate campaign directed at Las Vegas newspaper


The New York Times

U.S. Will Allow Nearly 500,000 Venezuelan Migrants to Work Legally

In Three Southern States, a Legal Battle Over Political Maps

Senate Confirms Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff, Sidestepping Tuberville Blockade


USA Today


Former Donald Trump aide Cassidy Hutchinson alleges Rudy Giuliani groped her

'Just doing my job': Stun-gunned band director says cops out of line

Time is running out for Speaker Kevin McCarthy as government shutdown looms: 5 takeaways


The Washington Post


Trump, who paved way for Roe repeal, faces abortion blowback from right

Editorial: Merrick Garland has a tough job. He’s doing it about as well as anyone could.

Senate Democrats skirt Tuberville blockade to confirm Joint Chiefs chair


The Los Angeles Times


Black immigrants face more discrimination in the U.S. The source is sometimes surprising


‘Kids are having to use their deadname’: Students say gender policies make schools feel unsafe

Calmes: Kevin McCarthy’s impeachment inquiry proves there’s only one political party of revenge — the GOP


The Baltimore Sun

33rd Kunta Kinte Heritage Festival still scheduled for Saturday; organizers watching weather for potential cancellation

Maryland Gov. Wes Moore warned of budgetary woes. What does that mean for state projects and financial planning?


Contract approval for acting Baltimore Police Commissioner Richard Worley, acting Fire Chief James Wallace delayed until candidates confirmed by council



The Chicago Sun-Times

City signs $29.3 million contract to build ‘winterized base camps’ for migrants

Al Llorens: 40 years ago, Illinois recognized the collective bargaining rights of teachers

Chicago sues Monsanto for PCB pollution over decades


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Lin Wood: ‘I didn’t flip on President Trump’


Prosecution: Defense attorneys have conflicts in Trump RICO case

Boomers will be the last Georgians who speak with a Southern accent



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