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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 25

POSTED: July 25, 2022, 8:30 am

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The New York Times

Analysis: Sharp Contrasts With Other Jan. 6 Inquiries Increase Pressure on Garland


Sixth Teenager Charged in Central Park Jogger Case to Be Exonerated

2020 Election Deniers Seek Out Powerful Allies in County Sheriffs


USA Today

Ginni Thomas may face Jan. 6 committee subpoena, Cheney and Schiff say


Two dead, 5 hurt in shooting at Los Angeles park


Fifty years later, syphilis study still haunts America


The Associated Press

AP exposes the Tuskegee Syphilis Study: The 50th Anniversary

How an AP reporter broke the Tuskegee syphilis story

What Jan. 6 probe revealed: Takeaways from summer hearings


The Washington Post


On the campaign trail, many Republicans talk of violence

Police chief bragged about shooting Black man 119 times, according to recording

D.C.-area campuses team up to combat gun violence


The Baltimore Sun

What happened in Maryland politics over the weekend?


5 things to know about Ivan Bates, Democratic nominee for Baltimore state’s attorney

What you need to know about Maryland Democratic gubernatorial nominee Wes Moore


NJ.com

N.J. reports 2,734 COVID cases, 1 death, as transmission rates in 18 counties remains ‘high’

Two new 69-story Urby towers planned for Downtown Jersey City

N.J.’s Adam Wade, chart-topping singer and first Black TV game show host in U.S., dead at 87



The Los Angeles Times


Homeless people wait as L.A. lets thousands of federal housing vouchers go unused

Editorial: Trump should be charged for crimes against the United States

Coronavirus cases start to flatten in L.A. County as decision on mask mandate looms



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


11 shot in less than 5 hours in Atlanta as gun violence plagues city

Inside the RNC’s effort to train thousands of poll watchers in Georgia


Capitol Recap: Georgia’s fake electors now targets in 2020 election probe



The Chicago Sun-Times


A massive influx of federal anti-violence dollars starts to hit the streets of Chicago


Opinion: DuSable aiming for ‘somewhere better and different’


Lori Lightfoot’s showdown with the feds: What’s at stake for people in Chicago





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