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Today in Black America - July 22

POSTED: July 22, 2021, 8:30 am

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The Washington Post

White House officials debate masking push as virus spikes

Businesses condemned Georgia’s voting law, then gave thousands to its backers

Bipartisan House probe of Jan. 6 insurrection falls apart after Pelosi blocks two GOP members

The Associated Press

Biden says getting COVID-19 vaccine ‘gigantically important’

Garland launches gun trafficking strike forces in 5 cities

IOC to include athletes kneeling in highlights, social media

USA Today

At 98 and facing cancer, Bob Dole reckons with legacy of Trump and ponders future of GOP

Schools keep talking about critical race theory and DEI. What do those terms really mean?

Kentucky lawmaker compares Fauci to Jonestown cult leader, COVID-19 regulations to Jonestown massacre

The Baltimore Sun

U.S. COVID vaccination rate still lags because of disinformation campaign, Hopkins epidemiologist warns

Activist DeRay Mckesson’s nonprofit takes up defense of Keith Davis Jr., unveils website faulting state’s case

A young West Baltimore man is shot and killed, dealing another blow to a family struggling with loss

The Los Angeles Times

More than a laugh: Kamala Harris’ is a sound check for a divided country

Abcarian: The Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene traveling circus

L.A. County sees big spike in coronavirus cases

N.J. woman accused of shouting racial slurs at hotel clerk charged with bias intimidation, cops say

Program will dole out $12K in guaranteed income to Newark residents. How to apply.

1 in custody after 21-year-old woman fatally shot, officials say

The Chicago Sun-Times

CPS schools remove dozens of cops, shifting $2M from school policing to other student supports

City Council approves civilian police oversight ordinance

Young teen killed, 28 people wounded by gunfire in Chicago Wednesday as city sees three mass shootings in a single day

The New York Times

Pelosi Bars Trump Loyalists From Jan. 6 Inquiry, Prompting a G.O.P. Boycott

Why Jim Banks and Jim Jordan Were Blocked From the Capitol Riot Panel

U.S. Won’t Seek Death Penalty in 7 Cases, Signaling a Shift Under Biden

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