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Today in Black America - June 11

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The Washington Post

Judge halts billions in debt relief for farmers of color as conservative group for White farmers sue

Alleged supporters of right-wing Three Percenters group charged in Capitol riot conspiracy

10 Senate Democrats and Republicans say they reached five-year, nearly $1 trillion infrastructure deal


USA Today

Nearly two-thirds of millennials have homebuyer regrets, new survey says


Ex-police chief, 5 others charged in Capitol riot conspiracy

Trump Justice Department subpoenaed Apple for communications data on House Democrats, report says


The New York Times

Without a big boost, many African nations may not meet a vaccination goal.

Top Mayoral Rivals Attack Adams and Clash on Policing and Ethics


An Oregon lawmaker is ejected from office for helping a crowd breach the State Capitol.



NJ.com


The pandemic might be waning. But these N.J. residents aren’t taking off their masks.

Here’s why you may want to opt out of the monthly child tax credit

N.J. workers could get retroactive paid sick leave for COVID-19, vaccine side effects


The Los Angeles Times


Former O.C. police chief indicted on Capitol riot conspiracy charges


L.A. teachers union pact mandates masks and coronavirus tests for all

Heffernan: Reports of QAnon’s death aren’t exaggerated


The Chicago Sun-Times

14-year-old boy shot dead in Lawndale — as his family packed to move to safer place in suburbs

Over opposition, pipeline moves a step closer in Black farming community in Kankakee County

3 killed, 6 wounded in shootings in Chicago Thursday, including 14-year-old boy shot dead in Lawndale


The Baltimore Sun


Cost of ransomware attack on Baltimore County public schools climbs to $7.7M

Baltimore students travel to and from schools on a transportation system that wasn’t designed for them. A new report documents their struggles
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Neo-Nazi group members linked to attack plot in Virginia plead guilty in Maryland to gun charges


Associated Press


Law enforcement struggles to recruit since killing of Floyd


Harris to tout child care funding and payments to families

Autopsy: Andrew Brown Jr. died from gunshot wound to head







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