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Carl Stokes, the first Black mayor of Cleveland, Ohio was born in 1927.

Today in Black America - November 28

POSTED: November 28, 2022, 8:00 am

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The Associated Press

Lawyers: Buffalo supermarket gunman plans to plead guilty

New state voter fraud units finding few cases from midterms

Ga. Senate runoff between Warnock, Walker has bitter closing

The New York Times

Strong Election Showing Eases Democrats’ Fears of Biden ’24

Analysis: Attorney General Merrick Garland is subtly shifting his approach to the Trump inquiries.

They Were Unjustly Imprisoned. Now, They’re Profit Centers.

USA Today

Trump dinner with white nationalist not 'accidental,' empowers extremists: GOP governor

Georgia's crucial Senate runoff election nears and it's neck and neck

Supreme Court returns to immigration in test of Biden's power to choose deportation targets

The Washington Post

The Supreme Court is weighing an affirmative action ban. UC-Berkeley illuminates the stakes.

High-profile Republicans gain followers in first weeks of Musk’s reign

Maricopa County says printer glitches didn’t prevent anyone from voting

Residents of N.J. town protest planned warehouse complex that would be 2/3 the size of American Dream mall

Police investigate fatal shooting in N.J. neighborhood

House Dems in frantic push to pass big bills before GOP takes over. Here’s what it means for N.J.

The Baltimore Sun

‘No one wants to be out on the corner every day.’ Community leaders work in Baltimore’s violence intervention program to attract participants.

Weekend shootings in Baltimore leave one dead, two critically injured and another with a graze wound, police say

Six things to know about Everett Sesker, the next Anne Arundel County sheriff

The Chicago Sun-Times

High school athletes donate 1,000 sweatshirts to highlight student homelessness

In post-Roe America, pilots take the abortion battle to the skies

Neil Steinberg: Fight mass shootings with education

The Los Angeles Times

Editorial: Congress can help struggling families by reviving the expanded child tax credit

Guerrero: Latino support for Karen Bass should put an end to talk of Black-brown strife

An experimental green suburb rises in Riverside County. Is it the future of single-family housing?

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta has the highest income inequality in the nation, Census data shows

Atlanta prioritizing homeless support in affordable housing agenda

THE NEW CLASS: First-time teachers struggle, triumph in metro Atlanta

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