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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 9

POSTED: July 09, 2024, 11:00 am

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The New York Times

Immunity Ruling Leaves Judge Facing Tough Calls on Trump’s Election Indictment


Bouie: Trump’s Lust for Expulsion, Explained

The New Jersey Democrat is accused of a ‘pattern of corruption.’ Here’s the latest.


The Washington Post

Biden is seeing a different world than other Democrats


This House race reflects how the Supreme Court has narrowed options for Black voters

Oath Keepers attorney Kellye SoRelle to plead guilty in Jan. 6 case


The Associated Press

Read the letter President Biden sent to House Democrats telling them to support him

Support for legal abortion has risen since Supreme Court eliminated protections, AP-NORC poll finds


Is college worth it? Poll finds only 36% of Americans have confidence in higher education


USA Today

Job posting, pandemic law do not prove COVID-19 was planned | Fact check


Power outage map: Beryl leaves millions without power in Texas

Advocates launch desperate effort to save Oklahoma man from execution in 1992 murder


NJ.com

Biggest federal grant in U.S. history signed for Gateway rail tunnel


This N.J. high school is No. 1 in the nation for STEM students, U.S. News says

We tried out NJ Transit’s new fare payment system, and here’s what we found


The Los Angeles Times

California’s inmate firefighter crews are dwindling just as the state starts to burn

‘Playing COVID roulette’: Some infected by FLiRT variants report their most unpleasant symptoms yet

Editorial: This record-breaking heat is an emergency. It’s time to treat it like one


The Chicago Sun-Times


Mayor hardens stance on gun violence after more than 100 people shot in Chicago during holiday weekend


Mayor Johnson caught in the middle of CPS-City Hall pension disagreement

Johnson allies shoot down attempt to level legislative playing field between City Council and mayor


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta school board makes Bryan Johnson its new superintendent

Georgia election board to weigh changes to voting rules and oversight

Riverkeeper threatens to sue over Hyundai plant’s environmental impact




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