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Today in Black America - August 24

POSTED: August 24, 2021, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press

What does full approval of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine mean?

Moderates bring House to standstill in Biden budget clash

Hochul, NY’s 1st female governor, inherits vast challenges


USA Today

Vaccine approval, mandates may help US control COVID by next year, Fauci says: Latest COVID-19 updates

Biden's COVID-19 eviction freeze is back at the Supreme Court. Here's how it got there.

'I am not alone': Gen Z activists unite amid COVID pandemic to confront racism, mental health


The New York Times

Kathy Hochul Is Sworn In as New York’s First Female Governor

Democrats Scrounge for Votes to Pass $3.5 Trillion Budget Plan


Many Older Americans Still Aren’t Vaccinated, Making the Delta Wave Deadlier


NJ.com

Many N.J. teachers say they support vaccine mandate, but some question if it will keep kids safer

N.J.’s big deal with teachers to cut healthcare costs is backfiring in 130 school districts


Murphy orders vaccination requirement for all N.J. state workers, including at public colleges


The Chicago Sun-Times


Pritzker credits departing top adviser Ruiz with making ‘enormous difference for our entire state’s education systems’

Faith leaders pray for Rev. Jesse Jackson and his wife, Jacqueline


Lightfoot to impose vaccine mandate for city employees



The Los Angeles Times

Case rates highest among unvaccinated young adults in L.A. County

Pentagon will mandate vaccine now that Pfizer is approved

Litman: Why the Supreme Court is one of the biggest threats to American democracy



The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Voting groups pledge to oppose takeover of Fulton elections

Fifth, eighth grade classes in quarantine at two Fulton County schools


Atlanta police plead with community to help fight crime


The Washington Post


Portland erupts in protest again, with clashes between far-right, far-left groups


Tennessee floods show a pressing climate danger across America: ‘Walls of water’


Pfizer’s full FDA approval likely to boost vaccinations among 90 million hesitant


The Baltimore Sun


Baltimore County police officer convicted of raping one woman, assaulting another


Should Greenbelt tackle reparations? Residents of this Maryland city will decide in November.

Maryland’s Kimberly Klacik sues conservative commentator Candace Owens for defamation, asks for $20 million in damages





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