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Today in Black America - March 10

POSTED: March 10, 2021, 7:00 am

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The New York Times

Police Unions Won Power Using His Playbook. Now He’s Negotiating the Backlash.

Black and Hispanic Communities Grapple With Vaccine Misinformation

Cancel America's Student Loan Debt! But How?

USA Today

Bible teacher Beth Moore, Trump critic and advocate for sex abuse victims, says she is no longer Southern Baptist

Dallas police officer, fired after arrest for capital murder, was 'subject' of investigation into 2017 killing

'A reckoning is near': America has a vast overseas military empire. Does it still need it?

Federally funded health clinics are getting COVID-19 vaccines to more people of color

This new film looks inside a West Philly house for lessons on Black liberation

Philly students could attend school this summer and stay hybrid in the fall, the superintendent says

The Los Angeles Times

L.A. schools could reopen starting in mid-April under deal with teachers

Obamacare premiums go down under the COVID relief bill. Here’s who will benefit

California will recover from the pandemic faster than the U.S., forecast says

The Chicago Sun Times

Latest statewide vaccine doses below average, but Pritzker sees hope with United Center, other sites in the game

Revolving door for Cook County officials? Or just ‘transparent, good government’ in action?

Jesse Jackson tours Far South Side apartments after residents raise concerns about mold, water issues

The Baltimore Sun

In poor Baltimore neighborhoods, schools pin hopes on infusion of public education money from Annapolis

Two Baltimore teens were playing with a parent’s gun. Now, one is dead and the other is charged in his killing

Baltimore Police arrest man in shooting of 10-year-old girl injured by stray bullet while walking to the store

The Washington Post

With approval imminent, huge stimulus challenges await

Pentagon chief approves request to extend National Guard protection of Capitol

Ex-State Department employee appointed by Trump ‘switched sides’ in joining Capitol mob, judge says

The Star-Tribune

3 jurors chosen in first day of Chauvin trial jury selection

State expands vaccine access to chronically ill, front-line jobs

Minnesota education commissioner resigns; deputy to take over

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