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Author John Howard Griffin, who posed as a Black man for his seminal book on southern racism,"Black Like Me," was born in 1920.

Today in Black America - June 21

POSTED: June 21, 2022, 8:00 am

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The Associated Press

1/6 panel to hear from Raffensperger, others Trump pushed

Election 2022: Trump endorsement flip scrambles Alabama race

Abrams tries to flip script on guns and crime in Georgia

The New York Times

Jan. 6 Hearing Will Highlight Trump’s Pressure Campaign on State Officials

Pence Navigates a Possible White House Run, and a Fraught Political Moment

In Ad, Shotgun-Toting Greitens Asks Voters to Go ‘RINO Hunting’

USA Today

Police arrived with rifles 19 minutes after gunman entered Uvalde school, documents show

When did women get the right to vote? A brief look at women's suffrage

Lawmakers share their abortion stories ahead of possible overturning of Roe v. Wade

Massive N.J. forest fire grows to 12,000 acres, but fire crews making substantial progress

Here’s how much you would get in N.J. property tax rebates through Murphy’s revised $2 billion plan

On Juneteenth holiday, Newark renames Washington Park as Harriet Tubman Square

The Baltimore Sun

‘Truly a tragedy’: Army Reserve soldier killed in downtown Baltimore double shooting was father of two

Baltimore County’s top prosecutor faces a progressive challenger in his first primary fight in 16 years. Do voters want change?

Towson University residence halls to be renamed for university’s first Black graduates

The Washington Post

Speaker at meeting of Ginni Thomas group called Biden’s win illegitimate long after Jan. 6, video shows

Should my child get a coronavirus vaccine? Is it safe? Here’s what you should know.

Trump campaign documents give inside look at fake-elector plan

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

HAPPENING TODAY: Georgia election worker to testify at Jan. 6 hearing

How to follow Georgia runoff election results and updates from the AJC

Early voting turnout falls after runoffs shortened by Georgia law

The Los Angeles Times

Op-Ed: The insurrection won’t end until Trump is prosecuted and disqualified from future office

Affordable housing in California now routinely tops $1 million per apartment to build

A major California reservoir has hit its peak for the year at just over half full

The Chicago Sun-Times

Black Men United’s Juneteenth giveaway in Hyde Park aims to rewrite negative narratives

CST Editorial Board: Give alternatives to cops in schools a chance to take root and flourish

DuSable museum gets a rebrand and expands its education outreach

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