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Today in Black America - July 23

POSTED: July 23, 2021, 12:00 pm

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Associated Press

The Latest: Osaka lights cauldron at Tokyo opening ceremony

Cleveland’s baseball team goes from Indians to Guardians

Dems renew questions about FBI background check of Kavanaugh

The Washington Post

No vaccination card? No sitting inside this restaurant.

Amazon to investigate discrimination after petition wins backing of hundreds of employees

Tensions simmer in Haiti amid funeral for assassinated president

The New York Times

Why Vaccinated People Are Getting ‘Breakthrough’ Infections

The Supreme Court Needs to Be Cut Down to Size

As Haitian President’s Funeral Nears, Anger Burns in the Streets

USA Today

Biden administration offers new aid for mortgage borrowers at risk of foreclosure due to COVID-19 pandemic

How Simone Biles went from foster care to Olympic great

Potentially deadly 'superbug' fungus found in two US cities, CDC says

The Los Angeles Times

For a Black LAPD officer, police reckoning brings pressure from protesters and fellow cops

Democrats in California and D.C. clash over how state’s high-speed rail should be powered

Jordan Peele’s new movie perfectly captures the 2020 mood

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott’s crime plan calls for expansion of city violence intervention programs

Poll: Most unvaccinated Americans say they are unlikely to get COVID-19 shots

For Baltimore’s first-ever city administrator Chris Shorter, it’s ‘almost like coming home’

The Chicago Sun-Times

‘I told him, You are my eyes.’ 15-year-old killed in Lawndale mass shooting had looked after visually impaired mother

‘We are in a battle for the heart and soul of these communities,’ top cop says after 15-year-old boy killed and 9 people wounded in two mass shootings on West Side

CPS to require masks for all students and staff, regardless of vaccination status

49 people who were fully vaccinated have died of COVID in N.J. Here’s what we know.

N.J. public-worker pension fund reports hefty returns. Here’s how much it made through May.

Guadagno, former N.J. lieutenant governor under Christie, leaves Republican Party

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