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Today in Black America - April 29

POSTED: April 29, 2021, 9:30 am

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Associated Press

Biden’s declaration: America’s democracy ‘is rising anew’

Analysis: Biden pitches big government as antidote to crises

Feds raid Giuliani’s home, office, escalating criminal probe

The Baltimore Sun

VP Kamala Harris to visit Baltimore on Biden administration’s 100th day, tout COVID relief, recovery

Baltimore City schools CEO Santelises introduces $1.18 billion budget for a “normal” school year

Baltimore County wants to expand affordable housing. Advocates say they still face significant obstacles.

The Chicago Sun-Times

Lightfoot administration floats alternative to renaming Outer Drive in honor of DuSable

1 in 5 high schools students absent from class, CPS data shows

Pritzker considering vaccine requirement for students returning to state universities

The Los Angeles Times

Smith: After 100 days, Kamala Harris is a big reason for Biden administration’s success

Analysis: Biden’s speech to Congress offers a dose of left-leaning economic populism

Universal pre-K, a historic moment for women and more takeaways from Biden’s address

N.J. will see ‘accelerating opening up of the state’ with announcements soon, Murphy says

N.J. unemployment claimants deal with another headache after program switch leaves some out

SBA launches $5B grant program for small businesses. See who gets the money.

The Washington Post

4 takeaways from Biden’s first address to Congress

Calls for higher taxes to help fund expansion of government services

GDP data signals that a boom may come under Biden’s watch

USA Today

'White supremacy is terrorism': Biden urges vigilance against home-grown violence after Jan. 6 attack

Police reform, banning assault weapons, looking beyond COVID-19: Takeaways from Joe Biden's address to Congress

Women underrepresented in municipal, state and national politics, new Rutgers study finds

The New York Times

At 100 Days, Biden Is Transforming What It Means to Be a Democrat

Biden Seeks Shift in How the Nation Serves Its People

Biden’s Speech to Congress: Full Transcript

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