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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 22

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The Associated Press

Official: More than 90% of fed workers got shots by deadline

How COVID shots for kids help prevent dangerous new variants

Prosecutor: Three men had no cause to chase Ahmaud Arbery


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Race for City Hall: Rittenhouse verdict reverberates in Atlanta mayor’s

Can cash payments help Atlanta’s poor? City seeks to find out

Georgia passes map that aims to gain Republicans a seat in Congress


The New York Times

5 Dead After Driver Plows Into Wisconsin Holiday Parade

Assembly Finds ‘Overwhelming Evidence’ Cuomo Engaged in Sexual Harassment

Business Updates: Jeff Bezos Gives $100 Million to the Obama Foundation


The Chicago Sun-Times

Proud Boys join effort to ban ‘Gender Queer’ book from school library — rattling students in suburban Chicago

Hundreds protest acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse as Jesse Jackson warns verdict sets a ‘dangerous precedent’

Opinion: Rittenhouse verdict was message to white youth: If you believe Black lives matter, your life means nothing


The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore man who fatally shot man in the back makes self-defense claim to grand jury and is cleared of charges

What COVID precautions should you take for holiday travel and gatherings this year? Here’s what a Hopkins expert says.

As former Terps great Len Bias gets inducted into College Basketball Hall of Fame, a podcast is set to dive into his legacy


The Los Angeles Times

For poor farmworkers, there is no escape from heat, high prices of California

As another pandemic Thanksgiving nears, families navigate plans with unvaccinated relatives

Editorial: Supply chain issues affect almost everything, but surge in port pollution threatens our lungs


NJ.com

Mom, 2 kids killed after N.J. apartment owners didn’t change her locks, lawsuit says

N.J. move to rub out mob watchdog gets big win as Supreme Court won’t hear Waterfront Commission appeal

N.J. reports 4 COVID new deaths, 1,482 cases. Transmission rate continues to rise.


The Washington Post

Two Fox News pundits quit over concerns about ‘conspiracy-mongering’ Jan. 6 documentary

Opinion:  As two Fox contributors quit over Tucker Carlson, an alarming truth is revealed

Charlottesville trial of white supremacists plays out near site of 2017 deadly violence




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