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Today in Black America - November 30

POSTED: November 30, 2023, 7:30 am

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USA Today

Schools are changing how kids are graded. It's not as easy as A, B, C

Arizona county officials charged with conspiring to delay 2022 election results

Southern population boom: Why Americans are migrating to the South

The New York Times

Senator Bernie Sanders is facing a backlash from progressive activists for failing to call for a cease-fire in Gaza.

Biden Administration to Require Replacing of Lead Pipes Within 10 Years

Blow: An Electorate in Revolt Threatens Biden’s Chances

The Associated Press

US economic growth for last quarter is revised up to a 5.2% annual rate

Study says the US is ill-prepared to ensure housing for the growing number of older people

Georgia Republicans move to cut losses as they propose majority-Black districts in special session

The Washington Post

In undisclosed call, Pope Francis warned Israel against committing ‘terror’

McCarthy privately recounts terse phone call with Trump after ouster

Analysis: MAGA celebrity comes at a political cost, and evidence is growing

The Baltimore Sun

Confederate monuments, vandalized and missing parts, leave Baltimore to appear in Los Angeles art exhibit

Please touch the artwork: Baltimore Museum of Art opens expanded education center after $2.5 million renovation

The Orioles will soon reach at least $1.3 billion in public benefits since 1988. They’re expected to ask for more.

N.J. town will spend nearly $10M to block warehouses from being built on open space

Taco Bell workers beat N.J. woman when she complained about burrito, lawsuit says

Man caught recording person using N.J. department store bathroom, cops say

The Los Angeles Times

How tonight’s Newsom-DeSantis faceoff offers major upsides for both governors

Newsom and DeSantis both promote freedom in education. But their focus is wildly different

Editorial: Another court decision weakens the Voting Rights Act. Will the Supreme Court right this wrong?

The Chicago Sun-Times

Black utility workers in lawsuit allege they face discrimination while working at Peoples Gas

CST Editorial Board: CHA’s $50 million plan to renovate scattered site housing is a step in the right direction

Detainees who died at Cook County Jail in 2023 remembered in vigil

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Enrollment jumps at Ga. technical colleges driven by high-demand jobs

Savannah school district moves to help non-English-speaking families

Two years after east Cobb floods, commissioners debate stormwater fee

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