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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 19

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The Los Angeles Times

Pepper spray, Instagram and buddy systems: How Asian Americans are dealing with attacks

California approves ethnic studies curriculum for K-12 schools after years of debate

California logs record-breaking week of COVID-19 vaccinations



The Chicago Sun-Times

Pritzker to expand vaccine eligibility, employ ‘dial-like approach’ to reopening state: ‘The end seems truly to be in sight’

County names new public defender — ‘progressive,’ pragmatist, ‘administrator of justice’ and ‘good guy’

What in-person school could look like for CPS high schoolers who opt in


Philly.com

‘We are not learning enough’: In marathon meeting, Philly school board gets an earful

Pa. health officials accuse Philly collar counties of ‘wasting precious time’ over mass vaccination plan


Pennsylvania still has a problem with mail ballot deadlines and it could be worse than 2020


NJ.com

N.J. reports 3,830 COVID cases, 31 deaths. Indoor dining, business capacities increase Friday.

Military college student from N.J. charged in Capitol attack is son of soap opera star, reports say

4 more officers charged in attack on inmates at N.J. women’s prison


The New York Times


Accused Gunman Had Visited Massage Parlors He Targeted, Police Say

In Restricting Early Voting, the Right Sees a New ‘Center of Gravity’


Why Are Jobless Claims Still High? For Some, It’s the Multiple Layoffs.



USA Today

Xiaojie Tan dreamed of traveling the world and celebrating her 50th birthday with her daughter. Then the Atlanta shooter ended her life

Georgia sheriff spokesman in spa shootings removed from case after glib comment, controversial anti-China shirt

30 years after Rodney King, Derek Chauvin trial is 'like reliving history' for lawmakers, lawyers, activists and others who were there


The Washington Post


Spa shootings could test new Ga. hate-crimes law as debate rages over motive

As House approves ‘dreamers’ bill, Biden pushes for support amid GOP resistance in Senate

Challenging discrimination when purchasing a home


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Biden, Harris to meet with Asian American leaders in Atlanta today

Atlanta schools launch app for daily student COVID-19 screenings

Georgia voting limits bill may preserve Sunday and no-excuse absentee





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