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Today in Black America - January 29

POSTED: January 29, 2021, 4:00 pm

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The Washington Post

Democrats building emotionally charged case for impeachment

Trump administration sent 8,700 ventilators around world without tracking where many went, watchdog says

Biden, Democrats prepare to move beyond efforts to woo Republicans

The Chicago Sun-Times

Drained students say CPS should do more to help teens’ mental health, improve remote learning

Environmental racism complaint against Chicago referred to U.S. prosecutors

Housing advocates in Chicago aiming to help tenants ahead of a potential wave of evictions

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Ga. House Democrats urge Greene to resign from Congress

Greene says she raised $1.6 million after calls for her expulsion

Pro-Trump attorney Lin Wood refuses Bar’s order to undergo psychiatric exam

The Baltimore Sun

Episcopal church established by Baltimore slave owners creates $500,000 reparations fund

Baltimore mass vaccination site overbooked by ‘hundreds,’ leading health department to cancel appointments

Baltimore City unions report workers underpaid or unpaid; Council President Mosby calls for investigative hearing

The Los Angeles Times

California COVID-19 deaths top 40,000 — or 1 out of every 1,000 residents

UC’s record-smashing applications put long-held diversity goals within reach

How to honor Cicely Tyson by streaming her celebrated film and TV performances

The New York Times

Republican Ties to Extremist Groups Are Under Scrutiny

Biden and Top Economic Officials Stress Urgency of More Pandemic Aid

G.M. Announcement Shakes Up U.S. Automakers’ Transition to Electric Cars

USA Today

Fallen Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick will lie in honor at US Capitol

Here are all the executive orders President Joe Biden has signed so far

'He was sacrificed for being Black': Billboard project aims to keep George Floyd's death at forefront of racial justice movement

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