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Today in Black America - March 28

POSTED: March 28, 2023, 9:00 am

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USA Today

'It was truly horrific': Nashville mourns after mass shooting at Covenant School

Photo of Tennessee congressman posing with guns slammed after Nashville shooting

Michigan repeals 'right-to-work' law, but what are they?

The New York Times

Shooter Who Killed 6 at Nashville School Was a Former Student, Police Say

Trump Inquiries Present a Stress Test for Justice in a Polarized Nation

Donald Trump Faces Several Investigations. Here’s Where They Stand.

The Associated Press

U.S. renewable electricity surpassed coal in 2022

Doctor decries gun violence after school shooting near miss

Georgia bill is latest GOP effort targeting prosecutors

The Baltimore Sun

UMB’s first executive director of the Center for Violence Prevention wants to listen to Baltimoreans

Maryland Gov. Wes Moore’s supplemental budget includes $35 million for state workers’ salaries

Martin Luther King Jr. parade, African diaspora festival set for this weekend in Annapolis

Why is N.J. rent so high? Because the state is short 225K affordable units, report says.

More cases of Legionnaires’ disease found in areas served by embattled N.J. water utility

Jersey Shore town considers summertime curfew for kids and teens

The Washington Post

6 slain at Nashville school; heavily armed shooter a former student, police say

The blast effect: This is how bullets from an AR-15 blow the body apart

Fla. parent files complaint about 2nd-graders watching ‘Ruby Bridges’

The Los Angeles Times

Opinion: Suddenly the U.S. is facing a problem we thought we’d solved: Rampant child labor

LAPD releases video of officers fatally shooting pellet-gun-wielding woman in Rampart

When it comes to preventing COVID-19 deaths, ‘how we feel about each other matters’

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Cobb County looks to dismiss lawsuit over commission district map

Kemp backs $6,500 private school ‘voucher’ measure

GBI investigating after video shows Glynn County teen being tortured

The Chicago Sun-Times

CTA worker accused of beating, tossing man down stairs of subway station, where he was found by police and later pronounced dead

Vallas urges trade unions to get out the vote, accuses CTU of ‘dirty tricks’

CST Editorial Board: The ‘norm’ for working is in flux. New evidence favors a four-day week.

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