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Author John Howard Griffin, who posed as a Black man for his seminal book on southern racism,"Black Like Me," was born in 1920.

Today in Black America - September 9

POSTED: September 11, 2023, 7:00 am

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The New York Times

Why is the Justice Department suing Google?

Bruni: Trump Is Really Old, Too

Congress Embarks on Spending Battle as Shutdown Looms at End of September

The Associated Press

The United States marks 22 years since 9/11, from ground zero to Alaska

Patients need doctors who look like them. Can medicine diversify without affirmative action?

Virginia governor pardons man whose arrest at a school board meeting galvanized conservatives

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore Police violating child interrogation law as prosecutors seek to repeal protections

Thinking outside the lunch box: How Baltimore City is trying to make school meals appeal to students

Gov. Wes Moore and Mayor Brandon Scott join workers’ union in a call to staff the public sector

The Washington Post

Trump hearings expected in at least Florida and Georgia this week

The team Jack Smith built to convict Trump

Rubin: I don’t write about polls. You shouldn’t bother with them, either.

39-year-old man shot to death in Newark Friday night, cops say

Landmark Sheraton Mahwah Hotel could be demolished for 2 huge warehouses

Four drownings in 24 hours. The Jersey Shore’s most dangerous time of year.

The Los Angeles Times

New poll finds California voters resoundingly oppose cash reparations for slavery

Controversial law punishing doctors who spread COVID misinformation on track to be undone

Abcarian: Trump prosecutor Fani Willis to meddling MAGA Republican Jim Jordan: Butt out, sir!

The Chicago Sun-Times

CST Editorial Board: Ethics complaints involving city treasurer Conyears-Ervin demand a closer look

Chicago firefighter gets $52K in back pay, retroactive promotion for test denied during military service

EDITORIALS: Incoming top cop Snelling is right: ‘We can’t do this unless we do it together’

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

House committee chairman slams Sen. Tuberville for 'paralyzing' Pentagon

Training center opponents plan to submit referendum petition signatures

CDC’s 9/11 exhibition focuses on the event’s lingering health effects

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