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Today in Black America - March 23

POSTED: March 23, 2023, 10:00 am

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The Associated Press

Federal prosecutors reveal Proud Boys witness was informant

Trump lawyer ordered to turn over Mar-a-Lago case documents

DeSantis to expand ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law to all grades



The New York Times


Blow: Trump May Face Prosecution. America Faces a Test.

A Rough Guide of the Electoral Fallout if Trump Is Indicted


In Memphis, Car Seizures Are a Lucrative and Punishing Police Tactic



USA Today

Kids are three times as likely to be shot at home as at school

Suspect found dead after Denver HS shooting wounded 2 administrators

Racial slur hurled at Mina Kimes puts Boston racism in spotlight



The Baltimore Sun


Downtown Baltimore has empty office buildings. How turning them into housing will — and won’t — work
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Newly elected Carroll County commissioners prioritize outreach to constituents with town hall meetings


Baltimore Board of Ethics makes Mosby defense fund donor list public, minus names of donors


The Los Angeles Times


Editorial: Bills intended to shame and scare transgender students are despicable

L.A. Unified ‘strike camps’ promised child-care relief — if parents could find them

‘Fed up’ California workers across industries demand more amid rising cost of living


The Washington Post


Pence’s aides recognize he may have to testify against Trump before grand jury

Arlington County ends single-family-only zoning


Bowser budget plan defunds panel that advised criminal code rewrite


NJ.com


N.J. school will investigate transphobic Twitter account allegedly run by board member


Murphy’s silence puts Liberty State Park in peril | Editorial

68 people, including some in N.J., sickened by recalled eye drops, CDC says


The Chicago Sun-Times

Mayoral rivals Johnson, Vallas debate police, education, Kim Foxx, eye rolls, head shakes and ‘dismissing people’

Edward G. Gardner, co-founder of Soft Sheen Products and beloved philanthropist, dead at 98


Mary Mitchell: Soft Sheen’s Edward G. Gardner showed what Black life could be


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Exclusive Q&A: Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens on Atlanta’s Black culture

As crime rose, Atlanta failed to spend millions earmarked for violence prevention

Black women are losing access to maternity care. This law is partly to blame.



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