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Today in Black America - January 11

POSTED: January 11, 2022, 9:30 am

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USA Today

Maya Angelou becomes first Black woman on US coin

'May be gruesome to look at': Oklahoma death row inmates seek firing squad as alternative

No sprinklers, no fire escapes: Deadly Bronx high-rise blaze raises questions

The Associated Press

Biden to back filibuster changes to push voting rights bill

Home COVID tests to be covered by insurers starting Saturday

North Carolina voters dispute Cawthorn candidacy over Jan. 6

The New York Times

Biden Will Endorse Changing Senate Rules to Pass Voting Rights Legislation

Voting Rights Groups Skipping Biden’s Speech in Georgia Over Inaction

Zora Neale Hurston’s unorthodox views on Black life in America are distilled in a new collection that takes delight in her sharp wit.

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore Council’s American Rescue Plan oversight bill will become law without mayor’s signature

Poll: Marylanders give Biden modest support, more enthusiasm for Hogan

Republican-turned-Democrat Laura Neuman joins race for Maryland governor

Bill allowing cops to get early view of body cam footage clears Legislature

Wall football hazing leads to criminal charges for students. A timeline of events.

Retired N.J. teachers could return to the classroom under legislation headed to Murphy’s desk

The Los Angeles Times

L.A. Unified students return in a pivotal test of district resolve

Smith: The pain and rage over the 14-year-old girl killed by the LAPD? To them, it’s ‘like deja vu’

2 out of 3 Kroger workers struggle to afford food and housing, survey finds

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta Mayor Dickens unveils his administration’s Cabinet

Emory, other universities conspired to reduce student aid, lawsuit says

DeKalb school board reelects Vickie Turner as chair

The Washington Post

CDC weighs recommending better masks to protect against omicron

U.S. poised to break record 142,000 covid-19 hospitalizations

Treasury warns of ‘enormous challenges’ this tax filing season that could delay refunds

The Chicago Sun-Times

CPS students to return to classrooms Wednesday after CTU suspends walkout

School safety debate rages anew with Omicron

Lightfoot appoints police reform advocate to lead new civilian oversight board

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