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October 16, 2021

Historic “Million Man March”, organized by Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan, rallies Black men in Washington, D.C. in 1995.

Today in Black America - July 5

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The Washington Post

Frederick Douglass had nothing but scorn for July Fourth. The Black abolitionist spoke for the enslaved.

What to know about Rise of the Moors, an armed group that says it’s not subject to U.S. law

With trillions at stake, Democrats must face tough choices on Biden’s agenda within weeks


The Baltimore Sun


2022 Maryland governor’s race: Who’s in, who’s out, who’s on the fence

Republican Del. Dan Cox announces bid for Maryland governor in 2022, is first pro-Trump candidate in race


Judge orders Maryland to pay enhanced unemployment benefits; state appeals ruling



The Associated Press

New infrastructure deal must focus on climate, activists say

Warnock balances partisanship with broad pitch ahead of 2022

Biden: US ‘coming back together,’ but COVID not yet finished



The New York Times


Her Family Owned Slaves. How Can She Make Amends?

Two Justices Say Supreme Court Should Reconsider Landmark Libel Decision

See How Vaccinations Are Going in Your County and State



The Los Angeles Times


Ammon Bundy seizes on housing shortage in new bid to take public lands in Idaho


Lloyd: Dick Gregory was one of America’s top comics. He gave it up to do what was right

Shannon Lee is tired of white men like Quentin Tarantino trying to explain Bruce Lee to her


NJ.com


What the women who brought down N.J.'s notorious women's prison say it was like on the inside

Not the justice we asked for: Bill that enabled bad cops now does same for criminals | Editorial

N.J. towns can’t make up their minds about weed. Here’s how it went for one in Massachusetts
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USA Today


Shouting matches, arrests and fed up parents: How school board meetings became ground zero in politics

Retirement: The estimated costs of a comfortable retirement in every state in the US

11 arrested in Massachusetts standoff: Here's what we know about the group and Moorish sovereign movement



The Chicago Sun-Times

42 shot, 10 fatally, in Chicago since Friday night


National Guard member and aspiring police officer killed in weekend shooting: ‘We’re heartbroken’

University of Chicago student dies days after being shot on CTA Green Line train in Washington Park





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