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Today in Black America - December 29

POSTED: December 29, 2023, 9:30 am

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USA Today

Banned book efforts spur activists to start clubs to read those works

Maine blocks Trump from 2024 presidential primary ballot

UW-La Crosse chancellor fired for porn: What to know about Joe Gow, wife

The New York Times

Dueling Primary Ballot Rulings on Trump Put Pressure on Supreme Court

What to Know About the Efforts to Remove Trump From the 2024 Ballot

Rikers Island Has Become New York’s Largest Mental Institution

The Associated Press

Election officials see a range of threats in 2024, from hostile countries to conspiracy theorists

Jan. 6 rioter who was sentenced in secret provided information to authorities, court papers say

Perspective: Children born poor have little margin for mistakes or bad decisions, regardless of race

The Washington Post

Donald Trump removed from Maine primary ballot by secretary of state

Here are the key states where Trump’s ballot status is being challenged

The Smithsonian amassed a ‘racial brain collection’ for decades

Judge rejects Menendez’s request to delay bribery trial

N.J. cop injured in Garden State Parkway shooting

Road rage leads to stabbing in Bergen County, authorities say

The Baltimore Sun

Former Baltimore City Council member Agnes Welch dies at 99

As Baltimore rap community mourns Bandhunta Jugg, brother Bandhunta Izzy recalls his growth, loyalty

What you need to know about the 2024 New Year’s Eve fireworks in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

The Los Angeles Times

Huge waves damage homes, cause injuries along California coast

Prosecutors seek 13-year prison sentence for former L.A. City Councilman Jose Huizar

Labor unrest defined Hollywood in 2023. Here’s what we learned from the twin strikes

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

A judge upheld Georgia’s political maps. What does that mean for 2024?

McBath says she will run in Georgia’s new 6th Congressional District

New metro Atlanta teachers put a spotlight on classroom issues

The Chicago Sun-Times

Woman wounded in West Garfield Park carjacking attempt is recovering: ‘The bullets were everywhere’

How we investigated cops who joined extremist and hate groups

Prison bus trips offer ‘lifeline’ for kids and incarcerated moms

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