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Today in Black America - July 15

POSTED: July 15, 2021, 7:00 am

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The New York Times

Suspects in Haitian President’s Killing Met to Plan a Future Without Him

Democrats Roll Out $3.5 Trillion Budget to Fulfill Biden’s Broad Agenda

A Company Made Guns Look Like Legos. The Toymaker Told It to Stop.

Associated Press

Olivia Rodrigo boosts White House youth vaccine push

Miami security firm faces questions in Haiti assassination

Money in the bank: Child tax credit dollars head to parents

USA Today

Biden administration wants to permanently extend Child Tax Credit expansion past the end of 2021

Ursula Burns on the fight for racial justice in corporate America: ‘We have to fundamentally change institutions’

‘Values cannot be words on a wall’: PayPal CEO Dan Schulman on why corporations must end racial discrimination

The Baltimore Sun

Study calls for $2.5 billion total in renovations, expansions for all Baltimore County school buildings

Public housing residents will receive food, training at Cherry Hill Urban Community Garden in deal with Housing Authority of Baltimore City

WBAL anchorman Stan Stovall to retire in 2022 after 50 years in TV news.

The Los Angeles Times

Tough tactics for the unvaccinated may be needed to stop surge

Californians, here’s how to get your Real ID license without a DMV visit

CEOs promised to cut their pay during the pandemic. Here’s how they wound up earning more

These 10 large N.J. towns have fewer than 50% of adults vaccinated for COVID, state says

Child tax credit 2021: Up to $300 in payments begin to go out today. Here’s what you need to know.

Police investigating how cops handled dispute between Black and white shoppers at N.J. mall

The Chicago Sun-Times

At least 5 wounded in Gresham — the 2nd mass shooting of the day in Chicago: ‘We’re burying dreams every week’

Eviction moratorium to end in August, but Pritzker offers ‘life-changing’ assistance for struggling tenants

Little revealed after closed-door testimony in Smollett case

The Washington Post

Joint Chiefs head feared potential ‘Reichstag moment’ from Trump

Man who dangled from Senate balcony pleads guilty in Capitol riots, will cooperate against others

Ex-officer gets 4 years for beating Black undercover colleague at protest

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