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NAACP Field Secretary and civil rights leader, Medgar Evers, was assassinated in front of his home in Jackson, Mississippi in 1963.

Today in Black America - June 2

POSTED: June 02, 2022, 8:30 am

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The New York Times

How the Proud Boys Gripped the Miami-Dade Republican Party

Four People Killed in Shooting at Tulsa Medical Center

A Disturbing New Pattern in Mass Shootings: Young Assailants

USA Today

What we know: Gunman kills 4 at Tulsa medical center

Schools forcing students to waive federal rights in some rape cases

Brooklyn subway shooting victim sues Glock for creating 'public nuisance'

The Associated Press

House panel taking up gun bill in wake of mass shootings

Shootings prompt debate on purchase age for AR-style rifles

Hinckley to get full freedom 41 years after shooting Reagan

The Washington Post

A summer of blackouts? Wheezing power grid leaves states at risk.

Opinion: Texas shouldn’t host the NCAA Final Fours until it fixes its gun laws

Assault weapons ban missing from the House gun package

4 N.J. ministers named in list of Southern Baptists accused of sexual abuse

N.J. student reaches national spelling bee finals

N.J. district renames Woodrow Wilson, Christopher Columbus schools

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby renews push to dismiss perjury charges against her

With rise in crime in Baltimore and U.S., issue moves to the forefront for Maryland voters, gubernatorial candidates

‘A growing menace’: Baltimore Mayor Scott announces city lawsuit against ‘ghost gun’ manufacturer, Hanover gun shop

The Chicago Sun-Times

West Side students march for peace: ‘Put down the guns’

State child welfare agency suspends 2 workers in death of 8-year-old girl

Attorney general files hate crime lawsuit against pair for harassing Black neighbor with racist effigy

The Los Angeles Times

Defiance, acceptance and anger as sweeping L.A. water restrictions begin

Where L.A. mayoral candidates have raised the most money ahead of the June 7 primary

What to know about the mayoral candidates

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

For younger metro Atlanta students, pandemic added to math woes

Fulton DA keeps eye on serious local issues as Trump case begins

As Trump fumes, Kemp’s former Georgia foes fall in line

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