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Hampton University (Institute) was founded on this date in 1868 in Virginia to educate newly emancipated Blacks.

Today in Black America - February 19

POSTED: February 19, 2024, 7:00 am

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The Associated Press

Emmett Till images have multigenerational impact on artists


The first Black woman in the Mississippi Legislature now has her portrait in the state Capitol

GOP candidates elevate anti-transgender messaging as a rallying call to Christian conservatives


The New York Times

Anti-Trump Burnout: The Resistance Says It’s Exhausted

The Fight Over Academic Freedom

Charles V. Hamilton, an Apostle of ‘Black Power,’ Dies at 94


The Washington Post

Sinclair’s recipe for TV news: Crime, homelessness, illegal drugs


After a decade of building the future, Silicon Valley is moving in a new direction: American defense

Black history is ‘being attacked.’ These parents found alternatives
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NJ.com

Driver charged with hitting 2 pedestrians, one fatally, then leaving scene

Part of Jersey Shore’s legendary ‘ghost tracks’ to be removed in big project

Rutgers-Newark chancellor to head CUNY’S biggest campus


The Los Angeles Times


Voter guide to the 2024 California primary election

Inside the crowded field of L.A. congressional candidates in the race to replace Schiff


Affordable housing demand could derail Dodger Stadium gondola project


The Chicago Sun-Times


CPS students’ reading gains rank among top 3 large districts in the nation, study finds

To trace the origins of busing migrants to Chicago, start with Donald Trump, Tucker Carlson and Ted Cruz

Sex abuse lawsuit against ex-top cop Eddie Johnson includes new allegation of lewd bet


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens will run for reelection in 2025

Early voting begins in Georgia for presidential primary

‘Sister President’ Johnnetta Betsch Cole: The voice of Spelman



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