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Historic “Million Man March”, organized by Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan, rallies Black men in Washington, D.C. in 1995.

Today in Black America - March 18

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The Baltimore Sun

Maryland lawmakers approve $577 million to settle HBCU lawsuit

‘We don’t have the infrastructure’: COVID pandemic highlights nation’s neglected public health systems, including Baltimore’s

Baltimore to loosen COVID restrictions to 50% capacity for most businesses, including indoor dining


The Washington Post

The diversity failures at the nation’s best public high school led officials to make changes. More are needed.

Trump’s onslaught of legal problems: Investigations in multiple states and dozens of lawsuits

Postal Service finds no evidence of mail ballot fraud in Pa. case cited by top Republicans



Philly.com

COVID-19 has closed a Philly school that just reopened for in-person learning

Philly is trying to improve vaccine racial equity. The FEMA site made it worse.

Black Music City Project announces grant winners to honor Philly’s black music history


NJ.com

Lone Black N.J. councilwoman gets racist email, after colleague accused of racism

N.J. gym owner charged with storming Capitol, punching cop is QAnon believer who’d ‘go again,’ feds say


N.J. teacher blamed for Trump yearbook censorship gets $325K settlement


The Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago to expand vaccine eligibility to most residents March 29

1 in 3 CPS students back in classrooms are being taught by remote teachers, principals association says


After lengthy debate, aldermen sign off on mayor’s plan to spend or reallocate $108.5M in federal relief funds


USA Today


Georgia sheriff’s spokesman investigating spa shootings appeared to promote racist shirt

Army denies medals, Special Forces insignia to soldier Trump pardoned for alleged murder

LSU administrator gave rapists, stalkers and other Title IX violators slaps on the wrist


The New York Times

Will Cuomo’s Scandals Pave the Way for New York’s First Female Mayor?

Some Long Covid Patients Feel Much Better After Getting the Vaccine

Women of Asian Descent Were 6 of the 8 Victims in Atlanta Shootings


The Los Angeles Times


Bill to create Capitol riot commission stalls amid partisan discord

L.A. officials get report on LAPD mishandling of protests. Now what?


Vanessa Bryant names sheriff’s deputies who allegedly shared Kobe Bryant crash photos






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