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Today in Black America - November 9

POSTED: November 09, 2021, 8:00 am

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The New York Times

Scientists are fighting a new source of vaccine misinformation: Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

More Than 40 Nations Pledge to Cut Emissions From Their Health Industries

Opinion: Black Voters Want Better Policing, Not Posturing by Progressives

The Associated Press

Keep fighting, Obama urges young climate activists

Rep. Gosar under fire for anime attacking Rep. Ocasio-Cortez

Jan. 6 panel subpoenas 6 more Trump associates in probe

The Los Angeles Times

Thousands protest vaccination mandates as L.A.’s new rules kick in

Faced with soaring Ds and Fs, schools are ditching the old way of grading

L.A. students ‘need help now,’ Times analysis shows

USA Today

Ben & Jerry: We white people need to use our power to fight police abuse

Who are the 6 House Democrats who voted against the infrastructure bill?

Are Black militias a new phenomenon? The history of Black armed self-defense

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Georgia redistricting brings opportunity for political payback

The Jolt: Special Grand Jury likely in Trump election case

Georgia Tech proposes naming student center after John Lewis

The Baltimore Sun

Recently retired Baltimore Judge Catherine ‘Katie’ Curran O’Malley opens campaign committee, explores attorney general run

Howard school system working to secure one-time additional pay for bus drivers amid call-outs, shortages

Have you noticed the purple streetlights around the Baltimore area? They’re not for the Ravens

N.J. drivers won’t have to fumble through the glove box for their registration under new law

Students at N.J. college rally for mental health, awareness after another takes own life

Ending vaccine exemption for kids, releasing cop discipline records top N.J. post-election wish list

The Chicago Sun-Times

Federal jury convicts Four Corner Hustlers chief Labar ‘Bro Man’ Spann

Chicago’s Asian population, fastest growing in city, is booming south of Chinatown — especially in former Daley stronghold

Illinois Democrats expect bumpy ride in midterms next year after Biden’s roller coaster week: ‘You better be prepared’

The Washington Post

House Jan. 6 panel issues subpoenas to 6 top Trump advisers

Supreme Court considers a minister’s role at the time an inmate is put to death

History teacher removed from school after telling students Trump was still president

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