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Today in Black America - September 20

POSTED: September 20, 2021, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press

Pfizer says COVID-19 vaccine works in kids ages 5 to 11

US launches mass expulsion of Haitian migrants from Texas

Democrats push to retool health care programs for millions

The New York Times

Covid Vaccine Prompts Strong Immune Response in Younger Children, Pfizer Says

Blow: White Evangelicals Shun Morality for Power

Haiti Protests Mass U.S. Deportation of Migrants to Country in Crisis

USA Today

Democrats can't give immigrants a citizenship pathway in new spending bill, Senate parliamentarian rules

A Nebraska school says it was a lice check. Lakota people sense centuries of repressions

Low dose of Pfizer vaccine safe for kids 5-11, study shows; US deaths in September outpace previous months: COVID-19 updates

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Reed poised for runoff, while Atlanta’s other mayoral hopefuls boast broader support

Stacey Abrams to launch ‘exciting’ national tour in Texas

EXCLUSIVE AJC POLL: Atlanta voters split on a ‘Buckhead City,’ not on crime

N.J. high school switches to remote learning due to high number of COVID cases

Pfizer says lower-dose COVID vaccine works in kids ages 5 to 11, will seek U.S. approval

N.J.’s least vaccinated counties are seeing 60% more COVID-19 cases than the most vaccinated

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore County Police, other law enforcement agencies face ammo shortages after gun sales surge nationwide

NFL legend and former Maryland State star Roger Brown dies at 84

Christa Beverly, lawyer and wife of former Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker III, dies

The Los Angeles Times

Threats against members of Congress are skyrocketing. It’s changing the job

Candidates visit L.A. homeless encampments. Not everything goes according to plan

The number of babies infected with syphilis was already surging. Then came the pandemic

The Washington Post

World leaders face furious push to act quickly on climate change

Deportees land in Port-au-Prince: ‘Nobody told us we were going back to Haiti’

Editorial: If Republicans can’t get behind an issue as fundamental as voting, Democrats must push through their bill

The Chicago Sun-Times

9 killed, 3-year-old among 50 others wounded in weekend shootings in Chicago

Wife of Rev. Jesse Jackson now ‘a true proponent’ of vaccination as they recover from COVID-19

Sneak peak at mayor’s spending plan shows millions for community development, affordable housing and homeless support

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