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Today in Black America - November 30

POSTED: November 30, 2021, 12:00 pm

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The Associated Press

Appeals court to weigh Trump arguments to withhold records

Black artist Josephine Baker honored at France’s Pantheon


Barbados bids farewell to British monarchy, becomes republic



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


The Race for City Hall: Dickens vs. Moore, the closing arguments

Campus housing causing health concerns, Georgia students, parents say

Former Alabama track star, Olympian killed in shootout


The New York Times

Omicron was already present in Europe days before flights were banned, Dutch officials say.

Why Retired Subway Workers Are Getting $35,000 to Come Back

Jan. 6 Panel to Propose Charging Former Trump Official With Contempt


The Baltimore Sun


Maryland, nation keep watch for omicron, but the message is the same: Get vaccinated and boosted

Baltimore’s Mike Rosenbaum quits Democratic race for governor in 2022


Panel recommends Dereck Davis to be new Maryland treasurer


NJ.com

‘My kid is suffering.’ Parents frustrated with virtual learning at N.J. school hit by Ida flooding.

Wall students suspended amid football team hazing probe, sex assault investigations

In a major change, N.J. troopers will pair with mental health experts in pilot program | Opinion


The Washington Post

Netherlands says variant was within its borders a week before South Africa revealed it existed

Pfizer set to request authorization for coronavirus booster for 16- and 17-year-olds


Prosecutors ask Supreme Court to review ruling that freed Cosby



USA Today


'Wrong gun' or manslaughter? Daunte Wright shooting trial opens Tuesday.

Jessica Watkins to be first Black woman to join an extended mission on the International Space Station

Rep. Debbie Dingell's Michigan office vandalized, window smashed



The Los Angeles Times

Some California cities try to blunt new duplex law with restrictions on new developments

What to listen for as Supreme Court weighs the right to abortion and Roe vs. Wade

Arellano: Mexicans have fought for a better California for 171 years. These books show how


The Chicago Sun-Times

Fight over ward boundaries appears headed for costly referendum after Lightfoot fails to forge weekend compromise

CPS principal presses for answers after death of her student and his mother within days

Jury chosen for Jussie Smollett trial



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