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NAACP stages a "Silent March" in 1917 along New York's Fifth Avenue to protest lynchings in the United States.

Today in Black America - June 30

POSTED: June 30, 2021, 8:30 am

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The Washington Post

On narrow vote, Supreme Court leaves CDC ban on evictions in place

South Dakota governor sending National Guard to Mexico border on mission funded by GOP megadonor

Video, images and interviews deepen questions about role of pool deck in condo collapse


Associated Press


House poised to launch new probe of Jan. 6 insurrection

Youth of the pandemic revisited: Hopeful, resilient, nervous


Roads, bridges, jobs: Biden selling big infrastructure deal


USA Today


Fox News fined $1 million in New York City settlement of sexual harassment allegations

House passes bill to remove Confederate statues from the Capitol

Report: Bipartisan infrastructure deal would give a bigger boost to economy than Biden plan


The Baltimore Sun


Mother of Naval Academy midshipman shot and killed in Annapolis while visiting for Induction Day


Cherry Hill Urban Garden threatened with eviction by Housing Authority of Baltimore City, steward says

Once derided as ‘pork,’ earmarks have changed — and Democratic lawmakers say the reformed spending requests can help Maryland


The Los Angeles Times

In abrupt shift, L.A. backs new measure to restrict homeless encampments

An answer to ‘pain porn’: Questlove on celebrating Black joy with ‘Summer of Soul’

Supreme Court rules some immigrants facing deportation can be held without bail


NJ.com


N.J. attorney general stepping down to investigate financial misconduct with SEC

New N.J. driver’s licenses feel fake, some drivers say, and that’s caused some problems

10 N.J. counties ranked among healthiest in U.S.


The New York Times

New York Mayor’s Race in Chaos After Elections Board Counts 135,000 Test Ballots

Target Store Closings Show Limits of Pledge to Black Communities

No Indictment for Former Georgia Trooper Who Shot and Killed a Black Motorist


The Chicago Sun-Times


‘The dawn of a new day:’ New Illinois law allows student athletes to be compensated for use of name, image

22 aldermen demand hearing on police response to violence before Fourth of July weekend

Illinois GOP Reps. Rodney Davis, Adam Kinzinger join Democrats to remove Confederate statues in Capitol





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