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Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, founded by the Quakers, established in 1837, is the oldest historically Black college.

Today in Black America - May 1

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The New York Times

Police Clear Building at Columbia and Arrest Dozens of Protesters

As protests escalated on U.S. campuses, officials and students at Brown University set a rare example: They made a deal.

The lawyer who represented two women from Donald Trump’s past testified about the hush-money deals both


The Associated Press


Zimbabwe’s ZiG is the world’s newest currency and its latest attempt to resolve a money crisis

Takeaways from the start of week 2 of testimony in Trump’s hush money trial

What marijuana reclassification means for the United States


USA Today

What the public can't see: Inside the Trump New York hush money trial

How FAFSA changes have turned College Decision Day into chaos


Opinion: Americans must adapt to new health crisis: We don't have enough doctors


The Washington Post


How the college protests have grown, visualized

Federal judges strike down La. congressional map with second Black-majority district

Gov. Wes Moore signs new law requiring luggage for foster youths



The Los Angeles Times


Violence breaks out at UCLA after officials declare pro-Palestinian encampment ‘unlawful’


California college campuses become lightning rods for Pro-Palestinian protests


Inside the far-right plan to use civil rights law to disrupt the 2024 election



NJ.com


Best N.J. high schools in all 21 counties based on state rating scores

Workers at Jersey City construction site awarded $402K in settlement


N.J. hospitals are getting safer. See how yours fared in latest report.


The Chicago Sun-Times


Mayor Brandon Johnson chooses 7 members to serve on Chicago's permanent police oversight commission


Local cannabis industry leaders say move to reclassify weed will benefit businesses, customers


Bears might need new playbook for initial lakefront stadium huddle with Pritzker aides



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Georgia college leaders defend protest actions

How campus protests have driven division among Georgia Democrats


Ex-Sheriff Victor Hill, convicted of violating detainees’ rights, loses appeal






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