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Today in Black America - March 24

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The New York Times

Officer Brian Sicknick Died After the Capitol Riot. New Videos Show How He Was Attacked.

Biden Seeks Assault Weapons Ban and Background Checks

Across States, a Checkerboard of Gun Laws Reflects Partisan Tilt



The Chicago Sun-Times


6,000 CPS vaccines misallocated by clinic, city says: ‘This is completely unacceptable behavior’

Jesse Jackson calls for a rent strike in Far South Side apartment complex as residents wait for repairs

CST Editorial Board: America can choose peaceful streets over gun carnage


The Baltimore Sun


I got my coronavirus vaccine in Maryland. Now what?


Maryland to double mass COVID vaccination sites as Hogan, health officials warn of threat of virus variants

Maryland officials plan to make more new cars exempt from emissions testing


Philly.com


Philadelphia parents of kids with disabilities aren’t eligible for the vaccine. But they would be if they lived elsewhere in Pa.


Thousands of improperly scheduled vaccine appointments at Philly FEMA site canceled


‘Avoid terms like white supremacy’: Free Library workers furious over diversity training


USA Today


Boulder grocery store rampage follows spike in mass shootings during 2020

Jury selected in the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin, charged with murder in the death of George Floyd


Do I have to wear a mask? Can I visit my grandparents? Questions about the CDC guidelines for vaccinated people, answered


The Los Angeles Times

L.A. to start accepting rent relief applications March 30 from landlords and tenants

L.A., Orange counties move closer to orange reopening tier


QAnon now pushes alarming conspiracy myths targeting China and Jewish people


NJ.com


Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office investigating two employees for ‘offensive and sickening comments’

After a $90K setback, café for deaf residents finally opens in Newark

Kids in N.J. school district are getting 240K free books


The Washington Post


Shootings never stopped during the pandemic: 2020 was the deadliest gun violence year in decades

Nearly half of schools are open full time, survey finds

White House eyes longer ban on evictions as landlord lawsuits loom




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