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NAACP Field Secretary and civil rights leader, Medgar Evers, was assassinated in front of his home in Jackson, Mississippi in 1963.

Today in Black America - June 22

POSTED: June 22, 2023, 8:30 am

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The Associated Press

In rowdy scene, House censures Rep. Adam Schiff over Trump-Russia investigations

Court exempts a Texas company from following anti-discrimination law protecting LGBTQ+ workers

Former Texas congressman Will Hurd, a Trump critic, announces 2024 Republican presidential campaign

USA Today

Ron DeSantis trafficking in racist theories about basketball players

McCarthy urges Republicans to reject Boebert's vote to impeach Biden

Fed chair Powell expects more rate hikes to bring down inflation

The New York Times

Opinion: The Largest and Fastest Religious Shift in America Is Well Underway

The U.S. Population Is Older Than It Has Ever Been

To Improve Public Housing, New York City Moves to Tear It Down

The Baltimore Sun

People’s Counsel: Baltimore Gas & Electric’s ‘explosive’ proposed multiyear rate hike dodges accountability

Baltimore City sells Filbert Street Garden, once a trash-filled lot, to South Baltimore nonprofit for $1

Vision to Learn offers free eye exams and glasses for children at Baltimore County libraries

I-95 in Philly to reopen this weekend after high-speed project to build temporary overpass

No pride flags or signs will be allowed outside schools, N.J. superintendent says

Former Jersey City ed board president/jobs program director admits embezzling funds, wire fraud

The Washington Post

Editorial: Sexual harassment in the D.C. mayor’s office demands a deeper review

AI-generated child sex images spawn new nightmare for the web

Someone burned a beloved child’s grave in a historic Black cemetery

The Los Angeles Times

California doubles down on inclusive education as red states ban books in classrooms

Calmes: Republicans attack the DOJ and the FBI, but it’s Democrats who should have a beef with the feds

From drag queens to inmates: The ACLU’s battle for civil liberties in Southern California

The Chicago Sun-Times

Prosecutors drop charges against two men charged in 2011 slaying of off-duty CPD cop

‘Where are the funds?’ state official asks after Ald. Walter Burnett Jr. says ‘catastrophic flood’ destroyed records on missing campaign money

Biden names Oak Park’s Sheila Nix to be Vice President Kamala Harris’ campaign chief of staff

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Stamp honoring John Lewis unveiled at U.S. Capitol

‘We can save this community,’ Fulton County DA says

Army veteran sentenced to 55 years for road rage shooting death of Muslim man

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