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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 22

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The Washington Post

The rioter next door: How the Dallas suburbs spawned domestic extremists

How Biden quietly created a huge social program

Congress revives earmarks in hopes of bipartisan deals on infrastructure, budgets


USA Today

More than 45,000 bridges rated in poor condition. Biden administration wants to modernize America’s neglected infrastructure.


Hard workers, dedicated mothers, striving immigrants: These are the 8 people killed in the Atlanta area spa shootings

'A nightmare scenario': Extremists in police ranks spark growing concern after Capitol riot



Philly.com

COVID-19 cases rising again in Pa.; more Philly pharmacies are carrying the vaccine

AstraZeneca says U.S. data show its vaccine is effective for all ages

Inside Jamie Gauthier’s tumultuous first year on Philly City Council — and what comes next


The Chicago Sun-Times

Vitamin D study to assess role in protecting Black population from COVID

Man who shot 2, including CPD officer, wanted to ‘lure’ cops to area ‘to kill him,’ prosecutors say

Fact-check: Democrats’ relief bill doesn’t give states free hand in spending — but it doesn’t tie them very tight either


The Baltimore Sun


Morgan State graduate parlays money from start-up pitches into natural products for women

Dozens gather outside Ellicott City church to condemn racism against Asians following Atlanta shootings


Maryland eclipses 400,000 total COVID cases as officials report fourth straight day of more than 1,000 new cases


The Los Angeles Times


‘I can’t suffer in silence anymore’: Demonstrators remain vigilant in protests against anti-Asian attacks

California adopts 3-foot-spacing rule for classrooms, changing reopening equation

Donation of African Americana to UCSD opens window on Black life in the Old West


NJ.com


N.J. reports 2,599 COVID cases, 40 deaths as the number of new cases in N.J. slowly climbs


Meet one of the few Black women in charge of an Atlantic City casino

Homelessness in N.J. increased before pandemic, annual count shows


The New York Times

Miami Beach, Overwhelmed by Spring Break, Extends Emergency Curfew

Evidence in Capitol Attack Most Likely Supports Sedition Charges, Prosecutor Says

Menthol Cigarettes Kill Many Black People. A Ban May Finally Be Near.






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