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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 - December 26

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The New York Times

New York Aims to Build Affordable Housing in Wealthier Neighborhoods

Chaos, Fury, Mistakes: 600 Days Inside New York’s Migrant Crisis

In Florida’s Hot Political Climate, Some Faculty Have Had Enough


USA Today

Is erasing student loans in bankruptcy court actually getting easier?

‘Extraordinary’ juggling act: How the Trump trials timeline collides with the campaign

Police seek suspect in fatal Florida mall shooting


The Washington Post

Is climate change speeding up? Here’s what the science says.

Young U.S. Muslims are rising up against Israel in unlikely places

Maryland’s budget troubles revive debate about taxing the rich


The Associated Press

First Amendment claim struck down in Project Veritas case focused on diary of Biden’s daughter

Tape reveals Donald Trump pressured Michigan officials not to certify 2020 vote, a new report says

Wisconsin Supreme Court orders new legislative maps in redistricting case brought by Democrats


The Baltimore Sun

Preserving the West Baltimore schoolhouse Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall attended

Thiru Vignarajah explores second bid for Baltimore mayor

New Baltimore-area north-south public transit lines to stop short of Lutherville


NJ.com


Christmas shooting leaves one dead in N.J. city

Newark cop indicted on 17 counts in June shooting outside bar

Camera footage can be slowed or paused in N.J. criminal trials, appeals court rules


The Los Angeles Times


After years-long fight, ex-sheriff agrees to comply with subpoenas, testify on deputy gangs

Medi-Cal will soon be open to all, ‘papers or no papers.’ She wants her neighbors to know

A new coronavirus variant may be behind California’s COVID rise


The Chicago Sun-Times

Kwanzaa in Chicago: Where to celebrate the weeklong holiday

Amid PPP fraud investigation, 9 top employees have left chief Cook County judge’s office

Another former Peoples Gas worker alleges he experienced racial discrimination at utility company


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

The Georgia political questions that will shape 2024

Atlanta hospital unveils improvements following $12 million DeKalb County investment

Atlanta’s oldest church feeds over 250 people a day

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