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Today in Black America - August 28

POSTED: September 28, 2021, 8:00 am

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The Associated Press

GOP blocks bill to keep government going; new try ahead

Jan. 6 trials slowed by mounting evidence in US Capitol riot

In R. Kelly verdict, Black women see long-overdue justice

USA Today

USPS mail delivery is about to get permanently slower and temporarily more expensive

'Lifelines' to the vulnerable: Community health clinics to get $1B from Biden administration

Girls are being socialized to lose political ambition – and it starts younger than we realized

The New York Times

Four Jagged Puzzle Pieces and a Few Weeks for Democrats to Assemble Them

Pelosi Plans Infrastructure Vote as Safety Net Bill Remains Mired in Rifts

Health care workers in New York rush to get vaccinated, averting a staffing crisis.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Southern Poverty Law Center threatens to sue Cobb school district

With 2 weeks until early voting, mayoral candidates ramp up ads, voter outreach

First proposed Georgia congressional map could help GOP pick up a seat

The Los Angeles Times

Rise in California homicides echoes the nation, but state fares better in violent crime, FBI stats show

Rep. Karen Bass makes it official: ‘I’m running for mayor’ of L.A.

California’s universal voting by mail becomes permanent

N.J. to offer $500 ‘return-to-work’ bonuses, up to $10K for businesses to train new hires

N.J. teacher charged with forging doctor’s note to get out of wearing mask in class, police say

Court sides with Newark mayor’s vaccine mandate that was opposed by police, fire unions

The Chicago Sun-Times

R. Kelly faces more charges in Chicago, elsewhere, so what happens next?

Foreman of R. Kelly’s 2008 jury ‘happy that justice was served’

CPS mom dies after her child exposed to COVID-19 at school where hundreds of kids quarantined

The Washington Post

N.Y. faces health staffing crisis over vaccine requirement

Tracking cases and deaths in the U.S.

Senate GOP blocks bill that would fund government, stave off default

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