today in black history

June 23, 2024

Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas was born on this date in 1948 in Pin Point, Georgia.

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The New York Times

The Battle Over College Speech Will Outlive the Encampments

‘Did You Tase Him in the Face!?’ Inside ‘Goon Squad’ Deputies’ Group Chat

New York Nurse Is Fired After Calling the Gaza War a ‘Genocide’ in Speech

The Washington Post

Chosen to be the first Black astronaut, he got to space six decades later

They took the children: U.S. created Indian boarding schools to destroy cultures and seize land

If Trump were convicted, here’s what he could face next

USA Today

Chicago man exonerated after 12 years in prison sues city, police

Column: As Trump verdict looms, don't ignore horrible things he's doing now

Two escaped Louisiana inmates found in dumpster behind Dollar General, two others still at large

The Associated Press

Jury in Trump’s hush money case will begin deliberations after hearing instructions from the judge

South Africa’s president faces his party’s worst election ever. He’ll still likely be reelected

Josh Gibson becomes MLB career and season batting leader as Negro Leagues statistics incorporated

Lawmaker to Gov. Murphy: The OPRA bill is an abomination. Veto it | Opinion

Did Samuel Alito lie about Trump-inspired neighborhood flag controversy?

Group of grads turn their backs on Princeton U. president in pro-Palestinian protest

The Los Angeles Times

The newest election battlefield for abortion: State supreme courts

Abcarian: Samuel Alito’s ethical lapse isn’t the Supreme Court’s first. This is why it’s different

UCLA could distribute at least $20 million a year to its more than 600 athletes

The Chicago Sun-Times

Video shows last moments of street fight before Chicago police shoot, kill alleged attacker

CST Editorial Board: Mayor Johnson has a chance to make a better pick for RTA board

CPS school-based budget formula targets schools with high needs

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Another migrant dies in Georgia ICE detention, second in 2024

OPINION: Georgia should protect workers from extreme heat, just like it does high school athletes

Beltline health fairs aim to boost health equity for Westside Atlanta residents

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