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Today in Black America - March 15

POSTED: March 15, 2023, 7:00 am

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The Washington Post

Students made a racist deepfake of a principal. It left parents in fear.

Noncompete clauses spread into relatively low-wage work, disrupting careers

N.C. high court weighs reversing rulings on voter ID, redistricting


The Associated Press

How Washington came to rescue US banks after the SVB collapse

Cohen testifies before grand jury in Trump hush money probe

Warnock’s campaign chief sees lessons from Dems in Georgia


The New York Times

Lawyers to Face Off Before Judge in Closely Watched Abortion Pills Case


Black Voters in Chicago Look for a Candidate and a Path Forward on Fighting Crime

In Wisconsin, Liberals Barrage Conservative Court Candidate With Attack Ads



The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore employment director resigns after eight years

Maryland General Assembly nears full passage of bill to send abortion constitutional amendment to voters

Judge approves redactions for AG’s Catholic clergy abuse report, clearing way for its release


USA Today

'Wake-up call': Critics highlight law they say led to SVB collapse

Biden looks to increase gun background checks with new order


How convicted felon Michael Cohen might help convict his old boss, Trump


NJ.com

Corrections officer, girlfriend caught in tobacco smuggling sting operation, authorities say

New rail station to be built ahead of delayed PATH Newark Airport extension

N.J. college will offer 1 year’s salary as severance to professors as merger looms, union says


The Los Angeles Times

Flooding, evacuations and mass power outages hit California amid atmospheric river storm

Inside Atlanta’s ‘Stop Cop City’ forest camp, the latest epicenter of activism over policing


Biden consoles Monterey Park over mass shooting, signs order to curb gun violence



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


OPINION: First Black UGA grad sees another way to be agent of change

Bill to limit treatment for transgender youth passes Georgia House

Cash buyers made up more than half of metro Atlanta home sales in 2022


The Chicago Sun-Times


Vallas, Johnson distance themselves from past comments on curbing crime at public safety forum

Ben Jealous: A historic vote that gave us tools to save the planet

Council mandate would ‘cripple’ social service providers, members warned






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