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    BOOK REVIEW: ‘The Awkward Black Man: Stories’ by Walter Mosley

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      Maryland High Schools Can Begin Fall Sports in October, Governor Says

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      Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, Wife Test Positive for COVID-19

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      Survivors Share Stories as WHO Declares Africa Polio-Free

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      Maryland’s Law Enforcement Bill of Rights Comes Under Scrutiny

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      Health Insurers Must Answer for Coronavirus-Related Disparities in Black and Latino Communities

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      Google Maps Adds Tracker to Reveal Coronavirus Hot Spots

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      Beyoncé Fans Fume at New Bollywood Track 

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      September 23, 2020

      Officers in Breonna Taylor Case Escape Murder Charge; Only One of 3 Indicted on Lesser Charge

      After 194 days, months of protests and a $12 million civil settlement, the family of Breonna Taylor did not receive…

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