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Today in Black America - December 29

POSTED: December 29, 2021, 10:00 am

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The Associated Press

Decades of DOD efforts fail to stamp out bias, extremism


US move to shorten COVID-19 isolation stirs confusion, doubt


White House, Jan. 6 committee agree to shield some documents



USA Today

Good news about omicron: It may pass quickly, pose small threat to vaccinated, experts say


These supplements are most likely to land you in the ER

'Tough-as-nails strong': Tributes pour in for former US Sen. Harry Reid


The New York Times


Opinion: The Bill for My Homelessness Was $54,000

Harry M. Reid, Senate Majority Leader Behind Landmark Democratic Victories, Dies at 82

2 Georgia Republicans Rack Up Fines for Defying House’s Mask Mandate


The Baltimore Sun

Feds criticized after acquittals in Ken Ravenell conspiracy trial; jury convicts on one count of money laundering

With hospitals in crisis mode and surging metrics, Maryland Hospital Association calls on Gov. Hogan to reinstate public health emergency

Baltimore area property assessments set to climb 12% on average, leading to higher tax bills


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

COVID rules at Atlanta’s historically Black colleges tougher than most


Georgia state employees likely to observe Juneteenth as a paid holiday next year

Cobb parent: School leaders must do more to mitigate spread of COVID


The Los Angeles Times


Mother of 14-year-old girl killed in LAPD shooting held her daughter as she died

Aggressive ‘active shooter’ police tactics face scrutiny

California COVID-19 hospitalizations up 25% in the last week


The Chicago Sun-Times

Rapid spread of COVID-19 leads some Chicago churches to make virtual plans for New Year’s Eve, January

As COVID cases rise, Chicago doctor hopes for a decline in January

Sex assaults hit 20-year high in Near North police district as cases return to pre-pandemic levels across city


NJ.com


Will N.J. schools go remote in January? Here’s what we know
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Omicron will spread wildly. We still need vaccine passports | Editorial


Newark mourns the passing of longtime activist, ‘The Street Doctor’



The Washington Post

New CDC guidelines were spurred by worries omicron surge could lead to breakdown in essential services

Opinion: White supremacists are using an old playbook. So are the lawyers fighting them


Federal court denies Oklahoma governor’s attempt to stop military vaccine mandate





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