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Today in Black America - April 12

POSTED: April 12, 2024, 7:00 am

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The Associated Press

Starting over: Women emerging from prison face formidable challenges to resuming their lives

A healthy US economy’s secret ingredient: Immigrant workers, eager to fill jobs

Trump tests the limits of a gag order with a post insulting 2 likely witnesses in his criminal trial

The New York Times

Immigrants in Maine Are Filling a Labor Gap. It May Be a Prelude for the U.S.

How the War in Gaza Mobilized the American Left

An Elementary School Tries a ‘Radical’ Idea: Staying Open 12 Hours a Day

USA Today

There's only one Black woman in the Senate. Here's what she has to say

Son of Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes runs for office — as a Dem

This is not a drill: 1 in 4 teachers say guns forced their schools into lockdown last year

The Washington Post

What O.J. Simpson meant to Black America

Conservative activist rejects subpoena from Senate panel probing gifts to Supreme Court justices

Justice Department finalizes rules to close ‘gun show loophole’

N.J. city withholds tax break for developer dogged by complaints

Former N.J. councilman indicted in alleged theft of $1,000 from Democratic club

2 N.J. teens charged with attempted sexual assault of another teen

The Los Angeles Times

‘It’s environmental racism’: Ag officials sued over farm chemicals near Latino schools

O.J. Simpson, race and justice. It’s the debate that won’t go away

Opinion: My son was killed with a gun. Like too many California parents, I don’t know who did it

The Chicago Sun-Times

Mayor Brandon Johnson offers revised plan to borrow $1.25 billion for development, housing projects

The billionaire behind the scenes in Sox stadium plan

Mary Mitchell: O. J. Simpson’s murder trial exposed America’s great divide

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Mayor Dickens announces locations of new MARTA stations

Victor Hill input could shape Clayton County sheriff’s race

Orange Crush: Tybee officials plan crackdown on popular HBCU beach party

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