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Author John Howard Griffin, who posed as a Black man for his seminal book on southern racism,"Black Like Me," was born in 1920.

Today in Black America - December 23

POSTED: December 23, 2022, 10:00 am

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USA Today

Jan. 6 committee's final report spells out the investigation's findings - live updates

Ex-Trump aide: 'Trump world' tried to stifle testimony – takeaways from Jan. 6 records

University apologizes for studies that exposed inmates to pesticides

The Washington Post

Jan. 6 report recommends Congress ban Trump from office

Key findings from the Jan. 6 committee’s final report

A mom wrongly said the book showed pedophilia. School libraries banned it.

The Associated Press

Jan. 6 report: Trump ‘lit that fire’ of Capitol insurrection

Transcripts reveal link between Trump, Nevada fake electors

READ: Final Report From the Jan. 6 Committee

The New York Times

Jan. 6 Panel Issues Final Report, Blaming ‘One Man’ for Riot

Read the full report from the Jan. 6 committee here

BlackRock’s Pitch for Socially Conscious Investing Upsets All Sides

The Baltimore Sun

Scores of parents report being locked out of a troubled Maryland college savings plan as tuition payments loom

Only half of Maryland’s voters cast ballots in 2022, a historically low number for a midterm election

Adnan Syed hired by Georgetown University for its prison reform organization

The Los Angeles Times

Landmark Jan. 6 report concludes Trump intentionally misled and provoked insurrectionists

Editorial: Mayor Bass is moving fast to house encampments. She’s going to need help — and hotel rooms

L.A. students’ grades are rising, but test scores are falling. Why the big disconnect?

N.J. strictly overhauls concealed carry gun restrictions as Murphy signs law. Firearm groups sue

It was one of the worst nursing homes in N.J. Why did it take so long to shut it down?

Tenants in N.J. public housing complex report broken radiators and boilers ahead of deep freeze

The Chicago Sun-Times

Congress creates Bronzeville-Black Metropolis National Heritage Area on Chicago’s South Side

Despite student murders, Benito Juarez high shouldn’t bring cops back, students and staff tell LSC

3rd apparent suicide by a Chicago police officer in a week highlights continuing CPD problem

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Witness: Georgia lawyer advised her to avoid providing information to Jan. 6 panel

Savannah-area activist charged in Jan. 6 riot after nearly two years

US Rep. Ferguson voted in Georgia county where he no longer lives, records show

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