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Today in Black America - February 22

POSTED: February 22, 2024, 6:30 am

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The Associated Press

New York AG says she’ll seize Donald Trump’s property if he can’t pay $454 million civil fraud debt

Federal judge affirms MyPillow’s Mike Lindell must pay $5M in election data dispute

Schools say dress codes promote discipline. But many Black students see traces of racism

The New York Times

Biden Calls Republicans in Congress ‘Worse’ Than Strom Thurmond

Anti-Trans Policies Draw Scrutiny After 16-Year-Old’s Death in Oklahoma

Hydeia Broadbent, H.I.V. and AIDS Activist, Dies at 39

The Washington Post

Mike Lindell must pay man $5M in ‘Prove Mike Wrong’ challenge, judge says

Biden faults Trump’s vaccine rollout as he cites total covid death toll

Biden administration cancels $1.2B in student loans with new repayment plan

USA Today

Lawyers for Malcolm X family say new statements implicate NYPD, feds in assassination

Who will control the House after 2024? From Michigan to California, these are the tight races to watch

Federal lawsuit alleges harrowing conditions, abuse in New Jersey psychiatric hospitals

The Los Angeles Times

California’s streak of female senators may be ending — and women appear to be a reason

California bill proposes new standards for court-ordered parenting classes after Times investigation

Column: Disinformation is a public health crisis. Here’s how scientists and doctors are fighting it

Man dies following assault at N.J. apartment complex, cops say

Negligence led to my son’s death at N.J. HS football game, father says in lawsuit

Son tried to set father’s body on fire after fatal stabbing, N.J. cops say

The Chicago Sun-Times

Ex-McCook police chief gets more than 2 years in prison for extortion that ‘takes my breath away,’ judge says

Johnson cracks door open to subsidizing White Sox stadium at The 78

Cook County officials touch down on $124.7M assessment on Bears’ proposed stadium site in Arlington Heights

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Ga. GOP senators seek to ban explicit books from school libraries, reduce sex education

Spelman College awarded $14 million grant to grow research at Atlanta HBCUs

How Magic Johnson’s Atlanta business footprint is growing

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