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Today in Black America - April 12

POSTED: April 12, 2023, 9:30 am

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USA Today

How a 'strange sisterhood' of #MeToo accusers reacted to Trump's indictment

Third floor collapses at federal courthouse in Savannah; three workers injured

Fate of second Tennessee lawmaker expelled by Republican majority to be considered Wednesday


The Associated Press

Trump lawyer seeks monthlong delay in trial over rape claim


California weighs how to improve outcomes for Black students

Expelled Justin Pearson could be returned to Tennessee House



The New York Times

Opinion: The Tennessee State House Is Where We Belong

Kwame Brathwaite, 85, Photographer With a Lens on Black Pride, Is Dead

Jet-Setting With Clarence Thomas Puts Spotlight on an Eccentric Billionaire


The Washington Post

Judge chides Fox News over Dominion claim of ‘missing’ Murdoch documents

Familiar faces duke it out in primary battles over new Va. Senate maps


Md. Republicans demanded the speaker step aside. Black lawmakers demand an apology.


The Los Angeles Times

Violence dropped at California middle and high schools over 18 years, UCLA study finds


LAUSD pitched students an expensive experiment to get higher grades. Most turned it down

Editorial: Supreme Court justices should report lavish trips. Even those with ‘dearest friends’



NJ.com


Rutgers strike: No resolution after 2 days, but there has been ‘progress’

N.J. cop discriminated against, reassigned after missing months of work from COVID, cancer, suit says

How did the COVID pandemic end? With the swipe of a pen.



The Baltimore Sun


Maryland Gov. Wes Moore makes minimum wage increase, tax credits, Child Victims Act first bills signed into law

Harbor Bank founder and CEO Haskins steps down after four decades

Dan Rodricks: Props to Dems for fighting the good fight, but we are surrounded by guns


The Chicago Sun-Times


Chicago to host 2024 Democratic National Convention

As activists look forward to Dem convention, ex-Chicago police officials look back to lessons from turbulent NATO summit

The Chicago 11: A look at some of the city’s other Democratic National Conventions


The Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The Jolt: What Republicans lost when the DNC snubbed Atlanta

Atlanta Democrats shocked by loss of convention they were sure they won


DeKalb superintendent finalist a polarizing figure in current district




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