today in black history

July 25, 2021

Two young Black couples are viciously lynched by a mob in 1946 in an incident known as the "Monroe Massacre" in rural Georgia.

Today in Black America - March 26

POSTED: March 26, 2021, 9:00 am

  • POST
    • Add to Mixx!
  • SEND TO FRIEND
  • Text Size
  • TEXT SIZE
  • CLEARPRINT
  • PDF

The New York Times

Why Did the Dean of the Most Diverse Law School in the Country Cancel Herself?

Georgia G.O.P. Passes Major Law to Limit Voting Amid Nationwide Push

Far-Right Extremists Move From ‘Stop the Steal’ to Stop the Vaccine


The Baltimore Sun


Baltimore County Council wants school district to plan for summer school, turn over grade data

Investigation into Baltimore’s Mosbys includes their charitable donations. When can those prompt federal tax scrutiny?

Three people killed, five injured in shootings across Baltimore on Thursday, police say



The Chicago Sun-Times

Proud Boy who was present for Capitol riot planning run for Illinois Senate

Jacob Blake files excessive force lawsuit against Kenosha officer


Lightfoot: I won’t ‘outsource’ control of CPD


Philly.com

Where COVID-19 cases are rising fastest in Philadelphia; Pa. may skip vaccine phases and expand eligibility, Wolf says


Philly DA Larry Krasner casts Carlos Vega as part of Team Trump

Can we stop mass shootings if we won’t talk about the crisis of America’s young men?


The Los Angeles Times


All California adults can get COVID-19 vaccine next month

The NAACP Image Awards have been celebrating Black art for years. Hollywood is just catching up

How women in politics are targets of online abuse


NJ.com


Convicted felon sold guns from Virginia pawn shop in N.J., feds say

Black Lives Matter road mural violated traffic rules, needs to be redone, mayor says

Parents want a choice for virtual school next fall, despite Murphy saying it won’t happen


USA Today


Dominion Voting sues Fox for $1.6B over 2020 election claims

Buffalo radio host Rob Lederman fired for comparing Black women's skin tone to burnt toast

Colleges revise policies to accommodate; community health centers to receive $6B to expand vaccine access: COVID-19 updates


The Washington Post


Editorial: At his first news conference, Biden showed his passion for democracy — starting at home

Georgia governor signs voting bill that curtails drop boxes, imposes new ID requirements for mail voting

Bannon criminal probe in N.Y. includes embedded investigators from state attorney general’s office







Some newspapers listed use a pay wall that requires a subscription before you can access the article.

Related References