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Today in Black America - February 28

POSTED: February 28, 2024, 8:00 am

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USA Today

SF apology to Black community: 'Important step' or 'cotton candy rhetoric'?

Biden vs. 'uncommitted' in Michigan primary: 5 takeaways


Is it a machine gun? Trump ban on bump stocks is before the Supreme Court


The New York Times


Biden’s Israel Policy Prompts Democratic Protest Votes in Michigan Primary

Republican Demands and Divisions Drive Impasse Toward a Shutdown


Eric Adams Wants to Deport Migrants Who Are Accused of Serious Crimes



The Associated Press

US Army is slashing thousands of posts in major revamp to prepare for future wars

Biden administration offering $85M in grants to help boost jobs in violence-plagued communities

Starbucks and Workers United, long at odds, say they’ll restart labor talks


The Washington Post


Biden prevails in Michigan amid ‘uncommitted’ protest vote


This time, Trump’s going to have to pay his own bills


Don Scott was a fiery partisan; as Va. speaker, he’s top negotiator


The Los Angeles Times


Beverly Hills middle school rocked by AI-generated nude images of students

Opinion: Dump Biden? Here’s why nominating another Democrat for president would be a mistake

A tent encampment rises outside Ojai’s stately City Hall. Its residents might break your heart


NJ.com

These 19 N.J. towns have the most college degree holders. See statewide list for your town.

N.J. cooking up plan for all that money college kids leave behind on dining hall meal cards

Homegrown extremists in N.J.? They could sow chaos as election nears, agency warns.


The Chicago Sun-Times


Chicago cop responding to ShotSpotter alert opened fire on boy lighting fireworks, oversight agency says

Marc H. Morial: Thieves stole a Jackie Robinson statue, but they can’t defeat Robinson’s legacy of breaking racial barriers

Following unions’ lead, lllinois House Speaker Chris Welch directs $560K to effort to oust Rep. Mary Flowers


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


From Lt. Gov. Burt Jones: Georgia’s HBCUs deserve more funding and attention

Georgia House panel advances bill aimed at ‘sanctuary cities’

NLRB: Home Depot broke law in banning ‘BLM’ from worker’s apron



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