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October 05, 2022

Oscar De Priest, the first Black to serve in Congress in the 20th century, was born in Florence, Alabama in 1871.

Today in Black America - July 21

POSTED: July 21, 2022, 8:00 am

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The New York Times

Jan. 6 Panel to Sum Up Its Case Against Trump: Dereliction of Duty

Black Leaders Are Conveying the Far Left’s Unease With Eric Adams

How to Watch the Next Jan. 6 Committee Hearing


USA Today

Federal court allows Georgia 'heartbeat' law banning most abortions

Feds rest in Steve Bannon contempt case. Jan. 6 committee repeatedly warned of possible prosecution

Farm labor traffickers bribed Georgia government workers, agent says


The Baltimore Sun


Jonathon Heyward named BSO music director, replacing Marin Alsop and becoming only Black conductor to helm major U.S. symphony orchestra


State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby faces uphill battle vying for third term; Ivan Bates takes significant lead into mail-in ballot count

Trump base secured Republican gubernatorial nomination for Dan Cox, analysts say


The Washington Post


Universal free school lunch program is set to expire

Even a day after Jan. 6, Trump balked at condemning the violence

She just got accepted to medical school. She’s 13.


The Los Angeles Times

What happened during the 187-minute wait for Trump to quell the insurrection


Bruce’s Beach has been returned to descendants of Black family


1.6 million California households enrolled in affordable internet program



The Chicago Sun-Times


‘I lost all hope.’ Mother demands justice for 7-year-old son Jeremiah Moore, shot to death as he slept in family van blocks from home

Comcast to invest $500K at Chicago YMCAs to create tech hubs as part of digital equity project

Ethics ordinance approved after being watered down to help mayoral allies


NJ.com


N.J. weather: It could feel like 105 degrees today as dangerous heat wave soars higher

Investigation underway after man fatally shot in N.J.

Jersey City councilwoman cited in hit-and-run with cyclist


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Abrams plays offense after Georgia’s anti-abortion law takes effect

Why Brian Kemp believes he can win more minority support

Judge orders Giuliani to testify before Fulton grand jury





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