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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 29

POSTED: July 29, 2022, 8:00 am

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The New York Times

The climate, tax and health care package could help ease inflation, albeit modestly, some economists said.
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2016 Campaign Looms Large as Justice Dept. Pursues Jan. 6 Inquiry

Beating of Teen by Illinois Police Is Captured on Video


USA Today

What is the Marburg virus? What you need to know Ghana outbreak, symptoms and prevention.

Deadly bacteria that causes melioidosis, a rare tropical disease, found in Mississippi Gulf Coast, CDC says


More than 780K doses of monkeypox vaccine available Friday; San Francisco declares state of emergency



The Washington Post

Jan. 6 texts missing for Trump’s top Homeland Security officials


Trump uses presidential seal at N.J. golf club amid ethics complaints

What’s in the Charles Schumer-Joe Manchin ‘Inflation Reduction Act’


The Baltimore Sun


Black family from Baltimore sues Sesame Place, alleging discrimination


Roya Hanna to drop out of Baltimore state’s attorney race, paving clear path for Democratic nominee Ivan Bates in general election

How’d they do it? A look at where in Maryland voters lifted Democrat Wes Moore and Republican Dan Cox to victory


The Associated Press

Kansas man faces trial for alleged actions in Jan. 6 riot

In a Nevada county, election conspiracies sow deep distrust

Floyd family, others see inequality in penalties for ex-cops


The Chicago Sun-Times

Oak Lawn chief defends officers after viral video shows beating of teen during arrest

63% of traffic stops in Chicago targeted African Americans last year, state report shows

Raymond Allen Murray Jr., one of the Montford Point Marines who broke color barrier in the service in WWII, dead at 99


NJ.com


The 15 best hospitals in N.J., ranked by U.S. News & World Report

Hit-and-run victim calls for Jersey City councilwoman’s resignation, says he’s considering lawsuit

CORONAVIRUS: N.J. reports 3,877 cases, 3 deaths; daily cases surpass 3,000 for first time in nearly a week


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


For Georgia voters, economy and guns among top concerns


OPINION: Can the Carter Center save American elections?

THE JOLT: The Raphael Warnock vs. Herschel Walker ad wars begin.

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