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July 05, 2022

Arthur Ashe, Jr. won the men's singles tennis championship at Wimbledon in 1975, making him the first Black male to take the title.

Today in Black America - May 11

POSTED: May 11, 2022, 9:30 am

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The New York Times

Coronavirus updates: Gun deaths surged during the pandemic’s first year, the C.D.C. said.

Victory for a Trump Pick in West Virginia, but Not in Nebraska

Bouie: The Movement That Put Alito on the Court Isn’t Finished



The Associated Press


Pillen beats Trump’s candidate in Nebraska governor primary

GOP fears far-right candidate will be PA governor nominee

US inflation hit 8.3% last month but slows from 40-year high


The Los Angeles Times


L.A. Times electoral endorsements for 2022

Bass campaign calls police union ad ‘defamatory,’ demands that TV stations stop airing it

U.S. inflation hit 8.3% last month but slows from 40-year high


The Baltimore Sun


With COVID-19 cases rising rapidly in Baltimore, the city’s health commissioner advises people to resume masking up indoors

Baltimore union representing hospitality workers at Pimlico, Laurel Park demands ‘good jobs’ from The Stronach Group

Two high-profile developers join Port Covington team to take over next phase of development


NJ.com


How to get Real ID in N.J. as deadline looms, and why you shouldn’t wait


No timeline set for closing N.J.’s troubled women’s prison, DOC head says


N.J. reports 3,083 COVID cases, 8 deaths. Positive tests rising steadily.


USA Today


Trump candidate loses in Nebraska after allegations of sexual misconduct

There's a 50-50 chance Earth will reach critical climate change mark within 5 years, report says


US House approves $40 billion in Ukraine aid



The Washington Post


Inside the Republican campaign to take down Madison Cawthorn

Trump wanted to court-martial prominent retired officers, former defense secretary’s book says

Black communities are last in line for disaster planning in Texas


The Chicago Sun-Times


CTU election could shape schools, city for years to come

Compromise on new City Council ward map could take issue away from Chicago voters

Trailblazing downstate Republican justice named first Black woman to serve on Illinois Supreme Court


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Mayor Dickens hopes to help curb Atlanta crime with Midnight Basketball


A trio of GOP governors will rally for Brian Kemp

Georgia native Lisa Cook confirmed as first Black woman on Fed board




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