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June 23, 2024

Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas was born on this date in 1948 in Pin Point, Georgia.

Today in Black America - May 15

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The New York Times

Freshman Democrats Work to Turn Biden Impeachment Effort on Its Head

Edsall: ‘The Seeds Had Been Planted. Trump Didn’t Do It Himself.’

A.I. Program Aims to Break Barriers for Female Students

The Washington Post

Biden proposes June and Sept. debates with Trump, breaking with tradition

Angela Alsobrooks wins Maryland’s hotly contested U.S. Senate primary, will face former governor Larry Hogan

Opinion: How a 100-year-old law tried, and failed, to keep America White

The Associated Press

70 years ago, school integration was a dream many believed could actually happen. It hasn’t

A Chicago teen entered college at 10. At 17, she earned a doctorate from Arizona State

AP Investigation: In hundreds of deadly police encounters, officers broke multiple safety guidelines

USA Today

Trump's fast-spreading election doubts raise concerns for Jan. 6, 2025

The broken promise of Brown v. Board of Education 70 years later

University of North Carolina to dump 'divisive' DEI, spend funds on public safety

Plan to build 37 apartments for people with disabilities leads to backlash in N.J. town

One of N.J.’s largest school districts cuts 51 teachers, staff positions

Jersey hates NYC’s congestion pricing. But we just made $100K off the plan.

The Los Angeles Times

The mild-mannered LAPD cop who moonlighted as a hitman

Ethics reform measure will go to L.A. voters. Critics say it’s watered down

UC Berkeley to consider divestment from weapons as pro-Palestinian protesters remove encampment

The Chicago Sun-Times

Janelle Goodwill and Rachel Baccile: The suicide crisis among young Black and Latino Chicagoans demands action

Civil rights group says Chicago mayor, top cop should take tougher action against officers linked to extremist Oath Keepers

Chicago Ethics Board wants fines and suspensions for lobbyists who give money to mayoral candidates

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Biden quietly sends emissary to Morehouse ahead of risky speech

Body of airman killed by Florida deputy returns to Atlanta

RHONE: Fulfilling the promise of Brown v. Board of Education is up to us

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