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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 22

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The Associated Press

Jan. 6 panel in possession of new Trump documentary footage

Wisconsin’s Johnson under heat for fake elector revelation

Maine man charged with entering US Capitol on Jan 6

The New York Times

Testimony Reveals Effort to Enlist Officials in Plot to Reverse Election

‘There Is Nowhere I Feel Safe’: Officials Describe Threats Fueled by Trump

Katie Britt Wins Alabama Senate Runoff; 2 Trump Picks Lose in Georgia

USA Today

South Dakota AG convicted on 2 impeachment charges, loses job

Uvalde police response an 'abject failure,' Texas top cop says

Supreme Court: Schools offering religious instruction may be entitled to state tuition aid

The Washington Post

Trump’s pressure drew violence, threats to resistant officials, committee reveals

Opinion Those ignoring the Jan. 6 revelations are guaranteeing more violence

Senate votes to advance bipartisan gun deal, breaking 30-year logjam

Hate crimes, incidents on the rise in N.J., especially in schools. It ‘gives me chills,’ Murphy says

Where you can get a Real ID in N.J. this week, thanks to a mobile MVC agency

Coach charged with breaking jaw of N.J. youth sports umpire in violent attack

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore Police interns could help ease recruitment woes, improve community relations as pilot program launches

University System of Maryland votes to no longer require SAT, ACT scores for admissions

A new group wants to slash Baltimore’s property taxes in the name of equity. City Hall calls it ‘absurd.’

The Los Angeles Times

Investigators probing ‘deputy gang’ violence were told not to ask about Banditos, chief says

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

Editorial: These California congressmen betrayed voters on Jan. 6

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Threat, lies upended Fulton election workers’ lives

Rebuked again: Trump’s picks for House seats in Georgia go bust

A ‘Stacey Sweep’: Abrams’ runoff gamble pays off in Georgia

The Chicago Sun-Times

New Chicago Police Department policy bars officers from chasing a person simply for fleeing

Sudden loss of Aldi grocery store in Gresham leaves residents, alderman stunned

Stopped in a sweltering Blue Line train, some passengers get out and walk down the subway tunnel to a station

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