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Bishop Stephen G. Spottswood of the African American Episcopal Zion Church, a fierce civil rights advocate, was born in 1897 in Boston.

Today in Black America - June 10

POSTED: June 10, 2021, 10:00 am

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Associated Press

Polls: US image abroad has rebounded since Biden took office

Poll: Millions in US struggle through life with few to trust

Louisiana police unit probed over Black driver arrests

The New York Times

How Trump’s Political Legacy Is on the Ballot in the Virginia Governor’s Race

In the N.Y.C. Mayor’s Race, Being Second Might Be Good Enough to Win

The Keystone XL pipeline project has been terminated.

USA Today

What will it take to get a Black woman elected governor?

Morgan Freeman, professor give $1M for police reform center: 'Look at the past year in our country'

Insurance giant's new ER policy called 'dangerous' by critics. It says as many as 1 in 10 claims could be rejected.

N.J. police have 2 months to identify cops found guilty of serious misconduct

N.J. workers likely to split week between home and office long-term, survey finds

Mayor fires Trenton’s police director

The Los Angeles Times

Riz Ahmed wants to end Hollywood’s misrepresentation of Muslims. Here’s how

California has the largest drop in spring college enrollment numbers in the nation

Skelton: The state is sitting on a massive surplus. It’s time for Newsom to spend on gun control

The Chicago Sun-Times

CPD suspends cop tied to Proud Boys, launches probe into sex abuse claim

Activists call for stricter policing of CPD foot pursuits

CST Editorial Board: Saving our city’s children from gunfire will take a long and relentless commitment

The Baltimore Sun

Plagued by broken equipment, Baltimore’s high-tech water system has lost millions of dollars because thousands of customers aren’t being billed.

Maryland landfills produced 4 times more greenhouse gases than estimated by the state over the past 15 years

As coronavirus pandemic winds down, demand for psychiatric beds in Maryland remains stubbornly high

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