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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 - March 25

POSTED: March 25, 2024, 7:00 am

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The Associated Press

TikTok bill faces uncertain fate in the Senate as legislation to regulate tech industry has stalled

Trump could learn Monday how NY wants to collect $457M owed in his civil fraud case

Oath Keepers’ son emerges from traumatic childhood to tell his own story in a long shot election bid


The New York Times


Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska said she would not vote for Donald Trump and declined to rule out leaving the G.O.P.


Tammy Murphy Drops Out of Race for New Jersey Senate Seat

Shani Mott, Black Studies Scholar Who Examined Power Around Her, Dies at 47


The Washington Post


Weakened House GOP majority reckons with Johnson’s leadership

What could happen today as Trump faces deadline on $464 million bond

Trump asked if the U.S. was better off four years ago. In many ways, the answer is no.


USA Today

Elaborate PAC scheme helping pay Trump's legal fees — for now

National abortion ban? How the Supreme Court could pave the way

Americans want a religious president. They just don't see Trump or Biden that way.


The Los Angeles Times

Supreme Court’s anti-abortion conservatives could restrict abortion pills sent by mail, even in blue states

Call them super progressives: L.A.’s political left looks to expand its power at City Hall

Girl grabs deputy’s gun, shoots herself in lobby of L.A. County sheriff’s station, officials say


NJ.com

N.J. houses of worship get ‘bleeding control kits’ for potential mass shootings

Final vote to charge $15 for vehicles entering lower Manhattan could happen this week

Is Walmart screwing customers? Former Secretary of Labor says so


The Chicago Sun-Times


Lyft holding out on thousands in payments to immigrant drivers, advocates say

Mayor Brandon Johnson’s $1.25 billion borrowing plan back on track for City Council approval

City mail vote slices Burke lead over Harris to less than half a percentage point in state’s attorney’s race


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

For 50 years, neighborhoods have helped chart Atlanta’s future


Gwinnett seeks to accelerate learning for students behind in math, reading

How Freaknik pitted city of Atlanta leaders against the SCLC



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