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In Georgia County, Elections Bills Have Consequences

Hancock County cut ties with a lawmaker over Georgia's new voting bill. Residents in the majority-Black area said Barry Fleming's work as county attorney was incompatible with the bills he supported.

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Opinion: The Gun Violence All Around Us

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Sanctuary Marisa Anderson
Lost Futures Marisa Anderson/William Tyler
Aura Love TOR
Ask Me How I Feel Tina Turner
Piano Dream Malek Jandali Trio

Satchel Paige is shown during a World Series game against the Boston Braves in Boston on Oct. 6, 1948. Paige and Larry Doby were two Black players who helped Cleveland's baseball team win the World Series. AP hide caption

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How Black Players Propelled Cleveland's Baseball Team To Win The 1948 World Series

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Eddie Izzard: 'Hopefully Hitler Is Revolving In Some Trench'

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Horseradish will be on many Seder tables. It's a symbol of the bitterness of slavery and also the harshness of life today. Getty Images hide caption

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The Sting That Cuts Through Numbness: Horseradish On Pandemic Passover Tables

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Returning From the River (Fun Tashlach) Tim Sparks
Abu's Courtyard Tim Sparks
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In Georgia County, Elections Bills Have Consequences

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Shrine On Blktop Project
Keep on Pushin Blktop Project
Farewell Ladies — Finale
Far From Heaven Evanescence
Switch Me Off Noga Erez
Demasow Tesk

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