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Arthur Ashe, Jr. won the men's singles tennis championship at Wimbledon in 1975, making him the first Black male to take the title.

Today in Black America - May 16

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The Associated Press


Buffalo shooter’s prior threat, hospital stay under scrutiny

Buffalo shooting latest example of targeted racial violence

2022 midterms: What to watch as 5 states hold primaries


The New York Times


Grief and Anger Sweep Through Buffalo After Racist Massacre

A Fringe Conspiracy Theory, Fostered Online, Is Refashioned by the G.O.P.

Here’s what we know about the victims so far.



USA Today


Attack in Buffalo highlights the most lethal domestic threat

At least 2 dead, 3 hospitalized in Houston flea market shooting, authorities say

Congregants hogtied gunman in California church shooting: What we know


The Baltimore Sun


Under Armour looks to ‘Career Combine,’ other diversity efforts, to shape future workforce

Reward offered in Thursday shooting that killed pregnant woman and fiance in Baltimore

A Carrollton Ridge homeowner warned the city months ago there could be trouble. Now, a man is dead, and the house is gone
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NJ.com

Trenton must do more to help N.J.’s hungry | Editorial

Real ID deadline is looming. You sent us questions, we got you answers.

Masks recommended indoors in 9 N.J. counties with ‘high’ COVID risk, CDC says


The Washington Post

Racist ‘great replacement’ theory a popular refrain among Carlson, Ingraham and Coulter

Opinion: This crumbling African slave fort should be preserved to honor the enslaved

Judges accused of sex discrimination, bullying, internal survey shows



The Los Angeles Times


A new generation of white supremacist killer: shedding blood with internet winks, memes and livestreams

Smith: Buffalo shooting is an ugly culmination of California’s ‘great replacement’ theory


Karine Jean-Pierre steps into the bright White House spotlight


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Revenge of the establishment? Trump’s GOP critics rally behind Kemp

The Jolt: Data shows thousands of Democrats voting in GOP primary

Inside City Hall: Why Dickens changed course on new affordable housing funds


The Chicago Sun-Times


Residents complained of oppressive heat at Rogers Park senior complex days before 3 women were found dead

Chicagoans rally across the city for abortion rights: ‘Everything else is up for grabs’

Lightfoot bans unaccompanied minors from Millennium Park on weekend evenings after fatal shooting near ‘The Bean’



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