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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 26

POSTED: June 26, 2023, 11:00 am

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The New York Times

How the Shortage of a $15 Cancer Drug Is Upending Treatment

What Is Happening in the Housing Market?

A High-Profile Primary Tests Black Buffalo’s Political Power Structure


USA Today


What happened between Trump and Pence? Differences finally on display

Supreme Court revives challenge to Louisiana congressional map over Black voting power

GOP lawmaker criticizes Donald Trump for taking secret information: 'We don't have a right'



The Associated Press

Biden will announce how billions of dollars for expanding broadband internet are being distributed

Supreme Court rejects a lawsuit from states demanding that Biden administration boost deportations

The Supreme Court won’t let a North Carolina charter school force girls to wear skirts to school



The Washington Post

Documents reveal Supreme Court justices’ long-running tensions over ethics

Extreme rainfall in the U.S. is becoming more common. Here are the places most at risk.

After family’s long fight, Black woman gets honor from the Daughters of the American Revolution


The Baltimore Sun

Here’s a look at what will become law in Maryland on Saturday


Proposed classroom ban of LGBTQ and Black Lives Matter flags up for more debate Anne Arundel school board

Retro HoCo: Segregationist George Wallace 1968 rally at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia


NJ.com


N.J. requires its teachers to live in state. That could change soon.


Kean Jr. bows to threats from Trump. This surprises no one | Editorial

N.J. man charged with attempted murder after shooting. Victim in critical condition.


The Los Angeles Times


Newsom’s pestering of ‘sixth grade bully’ DeSantis seeps into presidential race

Newsom and lawmakers cut a grand deal for Hollywood: Refundable tax credit and new set safety rules

‘We have no placement for them’: L.A. County still keeping troubled youths in hotel rooms


The Chicago Sun-Times


After Anjanette Young search warrant reforms, a massive drop in number of Chicago Police Department raids on homes

Cook County judge accused of making racist comments also facing allegations of ‘witness interference and tampering’

James T. Weiss gets a victory in CPS school parking lawsuit a week after being convicted of bribing 2 legislators



The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Georgia leaders get serious about literacy, but are not ready to pay for it

Fighting darkness with light: Community united after Neo-Nazi rally at synagogue

Closing arguments set in trial of Fla. deputy accused of failing to stop school shooter



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