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June 23, 2024

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

Today in Black America - May 30

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The New York Times

Perhaps Lost in the Polling: The Race for President Is Still Close

A ‘Laundry List’ or a ‘Feel’: Biden and Trump’s Clashing Appeals to Black Voters

Jamie Raskin: If Justices Alito and Thomas Won’t Recuse Themselves, There Is a Solution


The Washington Post

A Black farmer in South Carolina cultivates culture, history — and rice

Jury requests replay of some testimonies before ending deliberation for the day

Opinion: When desegregation came to Harlan County, U.S.A.: An oral history


USA Today


AI behind old image of Trump at cookout surrounded by Black supporters | Fact check

Michigan State Police trooper charged with murder, accused of hitting man with car during chase

Over 500,000 outages reported Wednesday after severe storms in Texas


The Associated Press

New Louisiana law will criminalize approaching police under certain circumstances

Major leaguers praise inclusion of Negro Leagues statistics into major league records

Alito rejects calls to quit Supreme Court cases and says wife is responsible for controversial flags



The Los Angeles Times

Editorial: MLB finally embraces all of the major leagues. Including the Black ones

In an effort to stem crime, Metro demands fare cards as riders exit station

California could require licenses for stonecutting shops amid deaths of young workers


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Former Fulton charter schools on probation a year after state approval

MURPHY: Are Georgia Democrats ready for a Democratic Socialist?

Atlanta club wants Black men to ‘kill their pride’ to save their mental health


NJ.com


New supersized container ships will soon be able to use this N.J. port

N.J. man robbed 3 businesses at gunpoint, assaulted gas station worker, cops say

Precious cargo: How safe is your kid’s school bus? N.J. inspection reports revealed.






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