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Today in Black America - June 18

POSTED: June 18, 2024, 11:30 am

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The Associated Press

Majority of Americans favor forgiving medical debt, AP-NORC poll finds

Jazz, justice and Juneteenth: Wynton Marsalis and Bryan Stevenson join forces to honor Black protest

The politics of memes: How Biden and Trump are fighting each other on the internet


USA Today

Former Georgia election worker Wandrea Shaye Moss was not arrested | Fact check

Brooklyn pastor 'Bling Bishop' sentenced to 9 years in prison for fraud, extortion

New Biden rule would protect undocumented spouses of U.S. citizens


The New York Times

Biden Gives Legal Protections to Undocumented Spouses of U.S. Citizens

The Gun Lobby’s Hidden Hand in the 2nd Amendment Battle

On Juneteenth, Freedom Came With Strings Attached


The Washington Post


Mark Robinson’s comments on sexual assault could strain GOP’s hopes of flipping N.C. governor’s seat

House Democratic campaign arm announces $28 million in initial fall ad reservations

Most Americans approve of DEI, according to Post-Ipsos poll


The Los Angeles Times

California wildfires grow amid warm temperatures, gusty winds

Editorial: Juneteenth is about more than the end of slavery

Maxine Waters tells judge of ‘nightmares’ after Texas man threatened to cut her throat


NJ.com


Defiant N.J. political boss calls AG who just indicted him a ‘coward’


N.J. city school superintendent ticketed for using handicapped parking space at a Home Depot

Ex-GOP speechwriter excoriates Trump’s MAGA: They prefer to be ignorant



The Chicago Sun-Times


Violence prevention programs to expand in 4 West Side neighborhoods as businesses near $100M funding goal

Efforts to root out Chicago police extremism have 'fallen short’ of Mayor Johnson’s promises, watchdog says

Johnson names chief equity officer, gets moving on reparations


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

After exiting Fulton Trump case, Nathan Wade has a lot to say

Atlanta school board taps Tennessee educator as next superintendent

DeKalb CEO explores Oglethorpe’s anti-slavery stance in new biography



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