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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 - July 8

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USA Today


Colorado among 10 states dropping highest share of Medicaid enrollees

Fun ways to prevent student learning loss when school's out

'It's about to get wild': Congress returns for pivotal week as Democrats sweat over Biden



Associated Press

Boeing accepts a plea deal to avoid a criminal trial over 737 Max crashes, Justice Department says

New parents in Baltimore could get $1,000 if voters approve ‘baby bonus’ initiative

The US housing slump deepened this spring. Where does that leave home shoppers and sellers?


The New York Times

The Dangerous Economic Game We Play With Trump

9 Mayors on What Divides America, and What Will Save It

A Republican Platform That Could Read Like a Trump Rally



The Washington Post

$1 billion gift to make Johns Hopkins medical school free for most


No one had ever charged a school shooter’s parents with homicide. She did it anyway.

A billionaire is boosting a major defamation lawsuit against Fox News


NJ.com

Fireworks cause largest forest fire of the year in N.J. Pinelands

N.J. teacher sexually assaulted student in car, sent nude photos of herself, authorities say

N.J. school principal killed in crash with son while visiting family in South Africa


The Los Angeles Times

Students scoff at a school cellphone ban. Until they really begin to think about it

‘Bringing a gun to a knife fight’: LAPD continues to shoot people holding ‘edged weapon’ during mental crisis, analysis shows

Opinion: California will finally have indoor heat standards for workplaces — with a cruel exception


The Chicago Sun-Times


National Association of Realtors broker commission changes taking place in August: What you should know

Prosecutors tried to bolster Chicago police corruption case by citing broader misconduct but won't file more charges

ACT rather than SAT, Illinois education officials decide for state high school assessment



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


PG A.M.: Black influencers rally behind Biden at Essence Festival

Warnock in Sunday sermon warns of kings in wake of U.S. Supreme Court ruling

OPINION: New Atlanta school chief must focus on students with special needs








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