today in black history

December 10, 2019

In 1950 Dr. Ralph J. Bunche becomes the first Black awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his work on the Palestinian settlement.

Today in Black America - October 1

POSTED: October 01, 2015, 9:00 am

  • POST
    • Add to Mixx!
  • SEND TO FRIEND
  • Text Size
  • TEXT SIZE
  • CLEARPRINT
  • PDF

NorthStarNews.com mourns the loss of our friend and mentor, Carl Sharif. His wise counsel will be missed. We are forever indebted to him for his support and love. Our prayers are with his family at this time.

Newark Power Broker Carl Sharif has Died



Today in Black History: John Russworm, abolitionist and founder of the nation's first Black newspaper, Freedom's Journal, was born in 1799 in Jamaica.


The New York Times

National

Senators to Unveil Plan to Ease Sentencing Laws

Clinton Camp Is Making Moves to Check Biden


Bernie Sanders Narrows Fund-Raising Gap With Hillary Clinton

Senior Secret Service Official Proposed Embarrassing a Critic in Congress

Judge Blocks Obama Administration Rules on Fracking

Tulsa Sheriff to Resign Over Killing by Deputy

High Cost of Inmates’ Phone Calls May End


Local


New York Police Will Document Virtually All Instances of Force

De Blasio Returning to the National Political Stage

Robert Curvin, Scholar Who Fought Bias and Poverty in Newark, Dies at 81


The Christian Science Monitor


From blue lines to baked goods, people show their support for police

What draws women to ISIS


The Star Ledger


Christie pardons three of N.J. gun charges

N.J.'s Booker to announce deal on overhauling criminal justice laws

N.J. Reps. Garrett and Smith vote no as Congress avoids shutdown

State, federal officials defend police shooting investigations at summit

Felon charged with killing beloved Trenton activist


Philly.com


Frank Fina: the man at the center of 'Porngate'

Ubiñas: Philadelphia Magazine isn't alone in whitewashing

Janitors rally for jobs, better pay


The Cleveland Plain Dealer

A cycle of crime: Experts say Cleveland's culture of guns and gangs rooted in exposure to violence in childhood

Cleveland teen organizes rally, march to draw attention to rash of black-on-black violence

Ohio wins $71 million charter school expansion grant, drawing pride and distrust

Ohio House rejects charter school reform bill, sends it for more negotiations

Ohio Supreme Court to hear death row inmate's appeal that Ohio's DNA testing laws violate his rights


The Los Angeles Times

UC Berkeley contractor is under federal investigation for cheating workers

Some teachers resisting union endorsement of Hillary Rodham Clinton for president

LAPD defends officers who purchased discounted guns


The Detroit Free Press


Most Wayne County unions sign off on new contracts

Gilbert, Under Armour CEO talk cities, investment

Lawmakers vote to lift cap on teacher certification test fee



The Washington Post


How Bernie Sanders would transform the nation


The hidden inequality of who dies in car crashes

Offering too many choices can hurt community colleges and their students

Mitt Romney weighs in on 2016, says Trump ‘will not be the nominee’

Hillary Clinton raised $28 million in third quarter, just edging out Bernie Sanders

D.C. Council considers new food contract for school system

Arne Duncan challenges the country to deal with educational inequity



The Chicago Tribune


1 dead, 4 wounded in separate shootings

Major union group backs Duckworth over Zopp for U.S. Senate


USA Today


Conservatives push to 'Fire McCarthy' before he takes speaker's gavel

What's the appeal of Ben Carson? Iowans say he inspires







Some clips might require your registering for the paper's website. Sites like The Chicago Tribune are free while The New York Times and others have a pay wall that will allow you to see a specific number of articles per month for free and require a paid subscription for further reading.

Related References