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November 27, 2021

Congressman Mickey Leland, a fierce advocate for the poor, was born in 1944 in Lubbock, Texas.

Today in Black America - November 10

POSTED: November 10, 2021, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press

Federal judge refuses Trump request to block Jan. 6 records


US food banks struggle to feed hungry amid surging prices

US-funded child care aid nearing reality with Biden bill


USA Today


Greg McMichael didn't know if Ahmaud Arbery had a gun, but 'I don't take any chances,' he told police


Prosecution rests in Rittenhouse case, Trump cannot block Jan. 6 probe: 5 Things podcast

California officer dies after testing positive for COVID-19 and missing vaccine deadline


The New York Times

Trump Officials Illegally Campaigned While in Office, Watchdog Finds


At the Willard and the White House, the Jan. 6 Panel Widens Its Net

Split 7 Ways, Immigrant Neighborhood Seeks to Unify Its Political Power


The Baltimore Sun

Maryland lawmakers unveil their proposed new congressional districts

Thousands of kids 5 to 11 vaccinated against COVID-19 in Maryland in first few days

Howard commission selects plan for proposed redistricting, will present to County Council on Nov. 22


NJ.com


Every hospital in N.J. was just graded for safety. See how yours fared.

Black worker files suit against N.J. township, says she was targeted after reporting finance problems

N.J. man who punched cop during Capitol riot has raised over $30K since his arrest


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Georgia Senate approves new state maps in first major vote


Officer: Greg McMichael was ‘amped up’ after Arbery was fatally shot

UGA to spend $30 million to renovate historic campus building


The Los Angeles Times

Water district declares drought emergency in Southern California

As L.A. fights port gridlock, U.S. and global leaders pledge to curb shipping emissions

Editorial: One question about renaming Hastings law school: What took so long?


The Chicago Sun-Times


Kyle Rittenhouse shot first man at close range: Pathologist

A hole less deep? State budget office expects $3.7 billion in deficits over next five years — nearly $5 billion less than earlier feared

Jesse Jackson: Our criminal justice system needs dramatic reform


The Washington Post


Republicans grow tense over bipartisan infrastructure package

White supremacists find a new platform to spread hate: A federal courtroom in Charlottesville

School board members face dark new reality of abuse, threats from parents





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