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The first Black Power conference is held in Newark (N.J.)in 1967, with more than 1,000 delegates from 126 cities, Bermuda and Nigeria.

Today in Black America - January 30

POSTED: January 30, 2024, 7:30 am

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The Associated Press

Prisoners in the US are part of a hidden workforce linked to hundreds of popular food brands

Illinois election board to consider whether to boot Trump from ballot over insurrection amendment

Biden to soak up sunshine and campaign cash in Florida trip

The New York Times

Biden Super PAC Plans a Historic $250 Million Ad Blitz

New Subway Fare Gates and Platform Barriers Fail to Impress New Yorkers

Eric Adams Is Poised for Defeat on 2 New York Criminal Justice Bills

The Washington Post

Biden faces treacherous political choices in answering deadly attack

Opinion: A federal judge let loose on Republicans spreading lies about Jan. 6

The ordinary death of an extraordinary civil rights icon

USA Today

More trials than Al Capone? Donald Trump's legal battles are intensifying

Student loan bills are back. Some borrowers don’t care.

Where are the nation’s primary care providers? It’s not an easy answer

N.J. family selling 128 acres of open space to build huge housing development

Missing N.J. man found dead in woods

Prosecutor rescinds 10-year plea deals for men in fatal shooting of Paterson honors student

The Los Angeles Times

A fire burning deep inside an L.A. County landfill is raising new alarms over toxic air

As LAUSD enrollment plunges, only one school is overcrowded. Proposed fixes panic parents

California banned a slur from geographic place names. Fresno County won’t let go.

The Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago’s top cop halting initiative that has sent ‘scarecrow’ police cars downtown

Mothers mourn sons killed in Loop shooting outside CPS high school: ‘I’m still calling his name’

Facing Council heat, Johnson delays migrant shelter evictions to March or beyond, but warns ‘It was never meant to be permanent’

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

3 Army reservists from Georgia killed in Jordan drone attack

Georgia State University to help train and retain metro Atlanta teachers

Fearless Fund is back in court tomorrow. Here’s what you need to know

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