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July 19, 2024

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

Today in Black America - July 2

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The New York Times

Immunity Ruling Escalates Long Rise of Presidential Power

Ruling Slows Trump Election Case but Opens Door to Airing of Evidence

Editorial: The Supreme Court Gives a Free Pass to Trump and Future Presidents


USA Today

Biden says U.S. must 'render judgment' on Trump after SCOTUS decision

As Black communities face mental health risks, barbers step up to help


3 dead, 2 injured in shooting near University of Cincinnati campus


The Washington Post

Trump immunity ruling poses risk for democracy, experts say

Opinion: Gun violence is a heath crisis. Hospitals are fighting to prevent it.

Sotomayor dissent in immunity ruling: ‘The President is now a king above the law’


The Associated Press


1964: President Johnson signs the civil rights bill into law

Biden draws sharp contrast with Trump on obeying the rule of law

A media ‘nervous breakdown’? Calls for Biden’s withdrawal produce some extraordinary moments


The Los Angeles Times

Column: Trump’s Big Lie isn’t just a national scourge. Local candidates are also fighting for democracy

Editorial: July 2 is America’s true date of birth. And rebirth


California voters could see schools bond and historic climate initiative on November ballot


NJ.com

It’s ‘a bad soap opera.’ Judge in Menendez corruption trial says he’s tired of the drama.

College official sexually harassed worker as HR ignored her complaints, lawsuit says

Man admits carjacking woman, robbing 2 Newark restaurants at gunpoint


The Chicago Sun-Times


Prosecutors detail disturbing history of domestic violence by man accused of killing 11-year-old Jayden Perkins


CST Editorial Board: Supreme Court’s ruling in Trump immunity case makes a president ‘king above the law’


Clock has started on 5-year plan that'll raise wages for Chicago's tipped workers


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

What the Supreme Court immunity ruling means for the Fulton County Trump election case

It’s not your imagination. People are getting COVID again


Georgia sues Biden administration over plan to expand farmworker rights






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