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Today in Black America - April 1

POSTED: April 01, 2024, 7:00 am

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The New York Times

How Donald Trump Is Infusing Christianity Into His Movement

How the Renovation of a House Rocked a Famous Church

New York Lawmakers Seem Poised to Repeal State Ban on Adultery

USA Today

Potty mouth president: 3 takeaways on Trump's 'bloodbath' rhetoric

Democrat blasts GOP criticism of Biden proclaiming Easter as Transgender Day of Visibility

‘It was the most unfair thing’: Disobedience, school discipline and racial disparity

The Associated Press

Trump’s immigration rhetoric makes inroads with some Democrats. That could be a concern for Biden

A biased test kept thousands of Black people from getting a kidney transplant. It’s finally changing

Why did more than 1,000 people die after police subdued them with force that isn’t meant to kill?

The Washington Post

America is divided over major efforts to rewrite child labor laws

Effort to clear Key Bridge ruins inches forward as officials lobby for aid

Democrats spar over registration as worries about young and minority voters grow

The Los Angeles Times

Exhausted, hungry and sleep-deprived: UCLA student super-commuters search for relief

Editorial: John Eastman tried to help Trump overturn the 2020 election. Of course he should be disbarred

Powerful unions allege schools are misusing arts education money, demand state intervention

A judge’s decision is sending shockwaves through N.J., where politics is ruled by backroom deals

Islamic group wants to build $5M rec center with pool, indoor soccer field in N.J. city

Teen charged after 18-year-old found stabbed at N.J. athletic complex

The Chicago Sun Times

A gun charge filed during George Floyd rioting in Chicago is dismissed amid controversy

Mayor Johnson’s decision to end ShotSpotter contract may not be a ‘done deal’ after all

Invisible struggles of lower-income Asian Americans gain spotlight

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

What bills from Georgia’s 2024 session will Kemp sign into law?

New HIV case rate in metro Atlanta third highest in nation

DOWNEY: No furries in schools, but snakes in the Georgia Legislature

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