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Today in Black America - February 14

POSTED: February 14, 2023, 9:00 am

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USA Today

Haley announces 2024 presidential bid, first major GOP challenge to Trump


Ron DeSantis defeats Woke Disney? LOL! It's his latest sham


Homeownership rates for Hispanic and Black households beat white households during pandemic. Here's how.


NJ.com

N.J. house once given to a freed slave now belongs to the community

Town investigating illegal dumping of petroleum product into N.J. stormwater system


Suicide of 14-year-old N.J. girl prompts state offices to urge kindness, help



The New York Times


Live Updates: Gunman Is Dead After Killing 3 Students at Michigan State, Police Say


Combating Disinformation Wanes at Social Media Giants


G.O.P. Legislative Agenda Hits Snags Amid Party Divisions


The Washington Post


In Va., Democratic challengers take on party’s incumbent prosecutors

D.C. opens new housing for homeless, named for a Kennedy, as clearing nears

Opinion: Abortion bans hurt poor and Black women most


The Baltimore Sun

Former residents of Black neighborhood want feds to investigate displacement in Baltimore

Baltimore City Council President Nick Mosby violated city ethics law in connection with legal-defense fund, judge rules


New executive director of Baltimore Corps puts equity at center of job training program



The Los Angeles Times

California’s snowpack is melting faster than ever, leaving less available water

Deadly warnings for California from Turkey earthquakes: What to learn from devastation

The pandemic took a harsh toll on teen girls’ mental health, CDC says



The Associated Press

Police name gunman who killed 3 at Michigan State University

Bickering bogs down Capitol riot trial of Proud Boys leaders


DOJ giving states $231M for gun violence prevention programs


The Chicago Sun-Times


Mayoral challenger Brandon Johnson unveils plan to help migrants, refugees, immigrants

Mayoral candidates take aim at Brandon Johnson at NBC 5 forum on Black community


As exonerees seek damages, a disgraced ex-police sergeant breaks his decade-long silence


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Fulton judge: Portions of Trump grand jury report to be released this week


How an earlier primary could juice Georgia’s economy

Student activists to lawmakers: Schools need more funding and counselors



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