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Today in Black America - March 19

POSTED: March 19, 2024, 7:00 am

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The Associated Press

Trump is making the Jan. 6 attack a cornerstone of his bid for the White House

Trump says Jews who vote for Democrats ‘hate Israel’ and their religion

6 former Mississippi law officers to be sentenced for torture of 2 Black men

The New York Times

Outside Groups Pledge Over $1 Billion to Aid Biden’s Re-election Effort

Bouie: You Don’t Talk About ‘Poisoning the Blood of Our Country’ to Pass the Time

What We Know About Trump’s Failure to Arrange a Half-Billion-Dollar Bond

The Washington Post

Supreme Court refuses to delay prison time for Trump aide Peter Navarro

Los Angeles schools get sudden donations after ‘The Last Repair Shop’ wins Oscar

Primary ballot in N.J. is ‘unconstitutional,’ state attorney general says

USA Today

Ramadan in schools: What teachers can do to support Muslim students

'Goon Squad' ex-officers to be sentenced over torture of two Black men

How far-right conspiracy theories threw this voter integrity system into peril

Mom of child who fell in N.J. preschool playground settles claim for $45K

Tammy Murphy loses major endorsement in increasingly wild U.S. Senate race

For many N.J. Muslims, it’s not a celebratory Ramadan. But here’s how you can help

The Los Angeles Times

Shocked by Oakland’s decline, one resident seeks to revive one block at a time

California’s Central Valley is voting, again, to replace Kevin McCarthy in Congress

UC stirs furious debate over what high school math skills are needed to succeed in college

The Chicago Sun-Times

Lead in water a threat to two-thirds of young children in Chicago

Who’s giving the big money in Illinois to Biden and Trump?

CST Editorial Board: Here’s a step lawmakers can take to protect children from online abuse

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Trump, co-defendants ask to appeal judge's ruling not to remove Willis

Fewer Georgia voting machines proposed as Senate panel passes election bills

Man seeks clemency to avoid what could be Georgia's first execution in more than 4 years

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