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Writer and social critic Alice Dunbar Nelson was born in 1875 and helped shaped the Harlem Renaissance.

Today in Black America - June 27

POSTED: June 27, 2024, 9:00 am

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The New York Times

Get Ready for the Debate Like an Economics Pro

‘Trump Certainly Has Declined in Recent Years’: Three Writers on the Presidential Debate

The Major Decisions Still Before the Supreme Court

The Associated Press

What Jamaal Bowman’s loss in New York means for the future of ‘the Squad’

Trump has spent months painting Biden as incompetent. Now he’s changing his tone before the debate

7 in 10 Americans think Supreme Court justices put ideology over impartiality: AP-NORC poll

The Washington Post

DEI programs toppled amid a surge of conservative lawsuits

Editorial: Election denialism isn’t gone. Trump’s backers are probing for weaknesses.

4.1 million migrants: Where they’re from, where they live in the U.S.

USA Today

VA Senate candidate says he was blown up in combat. His record doesn’t show that.

Will Cori Bush be ousted like Bowman? New poll shows her opponent leading by one point

House Republicans want to arrest Merrick Garland, but some wonder: How?

The Los Angeles Times

L.A. County juvenile halls are so violent that many officers are skipping work

California lawmakers exempt their new office building from state environmental law

Supreme Court wipes out anti-corruption law that bars officials from taking gifts for past favors

N.J. mom accused of drowning 2 kids appears in court, remains jailed

Man who lured escorts to N.J., then sexually assaulted them, gets 25-year prison sentence

Feds investigated N.J. gang’s alleged drug sales for months. 9 were just arrested.

The Chicago Sun-Times

Homeowners in Cook County's south suburbs hardest hit by latest round of property tax hikes

Marc H. Morial: Project 2025 is Trump’s blueprint to get rid of democracy and the rule of law

Democratic National Convention protesters to get permit for smaller march

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

CDC commits $3 million to Black churches to continue fight against COVID-19

How Atlanta left behind its Olympic generation, and why it matters

Atlanta Housing approves $534M budget

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