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Today in Black America - June 14

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The New York Times


Thomas Took Additional Trips on Harlan Crow’s Jet, Documents Show

Number of People Living on New York City Streets Hits a Two-Decade High

Trump Prosecutor in Georgia Rebukes Critics in Speech to Black Church Group


USA Today

A Virginia school board restored Confederate names. Now it's being sued

Judge in Trump case not 'fired,' no proof verdict was leaked | Fact check

House committee approves bill that would prevent college athletes from being employees


The Associated Press


Justice Clarence Thomas took more trips paid for by donor Harlan Crow, Senate panel reveals

Supreme Court has a lot of work to do and little time to do it with a sizable case backlog


Phoenix police have pattern of violating civil rights and using excessive force, Justice Dept. says


The Washington Post

Racism can spark depression and anxiety in Black adolescents, study finds

Red states strike deals to show controversial conservative videos in schools

What your member of Congress expensed under a new, receipt-free program


NJ.com

Historic Black burial ground to open for Juneteenth tours

Gang members focused ‘extensive’ drug trade on 2 streets in an N.J. city, feds say

Man who killed his girlfriend’s drug dealer just got his murder conviction overturned


The Los Angeles Times


Top manager of California’s largest water supplier placed on leave after sexism, harassment allegations


Editorial: The history, and hypocrisy, of the upside-down American flag

Los Angeles council OKs study of removing police from traffic enforcement



The Chicago Sun-Times


CTA Second Chance trainees say they faced discipline after complaining of burns from caustic cleaners


Bally's won't open permanent casino in River West by 2026, gaming expert says — and may not build it at all


CPS elementary reading scores rise, surpassing pre-pandemic levels



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


VP Harris to speak to influential Black group in Atlanta

Early voting ends today in low-turnout Georgia primary runoffs

Women-led rodeo celebrates Juneteenth, Black history





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