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Ketanji Brown Jackson Sworn In As Supreme Court Justice As Breyer Retires


...Ketanji Brown Jackson has been sworn in to the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday (June 30), making history as the first Black woman to serve on the highest court in the nation. Her oath comes minutes after her mentor, Justice Stephen G.... ...President Joe Biden chose Jackson, 51, earlier this year after Breyer announced his retirement plans. She was confirmed as the 116th Justice following a 53-47 Senate Floor vote back in April. Breyer and Chief Justice John G....

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Check your cupboard: Georgia farms recall Vidalia Onions over listeria concerns - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...Georgia's A&M Farms has issued a voluntary recall for select whole Vidalia onions due to a potential listeria contamination, the Lyons-based company announced in a letter to the FDA on Thursday.... ...The onions being recalled were sold in Publix stores across Barrow, Clarke, DeKalb, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett, Hall, Jackson, Oconee and Walton counties -- as well as across Florida, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts....

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DeKalb cuts more than 500 teaching positions but without layoffs

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..."Between 100 and some-odd schools, it's not horrible," said Daniel Sobczak, a teacher and vice president of the DeKalb Organization of Educators.... ...Parents at Briarlake Elementary in Decatur have circulated an open letter asking the district and school board to reconsider the move....

thumbnail favicon ajc.com —  21+ hour, 49+ min ago

Ex-Pickens County school superintendent indicted in theft case

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...Carlton Wilson, who had led the Pickens County School District from May 2017 to December 2019, and his wife, Cynthia Wilson, face charges related to alleged theft at the Appalachian Gun Range, according to an indictment announced Thursday by Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr.... ...Carlton Wilson faces six separate counts of theft by taking by a fiduciary and one count of theft by deception. Cynthia Wilson was separately indicted on one count of tampering with evidence for allegedly partially obstructing the view of a security camera at the gun range....

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Crowds fill Hartsfield-Jackson terminal ahead of Fourth of July

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...Atlanta airport General Manager Balram Bheodari said "we have prepared for the onslaught," but advised travelers to get to the airport early and to check their flight status with airlines.... ...Traveler Deedee Moore said traffic to Hartsfield-Jackson from Knoxville, Tenn., on Friday was "horrendous," but she was pleased to see her flight was on time for a trip to Hawaii. "We're kind of wondering what it"ll be like coming back. We"ll see if it's on time," she said....

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Helene Gayle era begins at Spelman College

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...Helene Gayle, the global public health expert and former chief executive of CARE USA, officially started her tenure as Spelman College's 11th president on Friday.... ...Gayle, 66, arrives at Spelman from the Chicago Community Trust, one of the nation's oldest and largest community foundations....

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Black Tech Week Announces Serena Williams As Keynote Presenter for July conference


...Black Tech Week Announces Serena Williams As Keynote Presenter for July conference. The team at Black Tech Week confirmed cultural icon Serena Williams, representing her investment firm Serena Ventures, as keynote speaker for the conference's inaugural year in Cincinnati, Ohio.... ...In addition to Serena Williams, featured speakers include Kimberly Bryant, Founder of Black Girls Code, Arlan Hamilton, Founder of Hire Runner and Backstage Capital, Janeen Uzzell, CEO of National Black Society of Engineers -- --and more -- --sharing their experience and guidance around tech...

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Judge will decide on statewide Public Service Commission elections - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...Just one Black candidate has ever won an election to the Public Service Commission in its 143-year history, when Democrat David Burgess won in 2000 after being appointed to the post. A five-day trial concluded Friday after U.S.... ...Black candidates can win statewide elections in Georgia, Tyson said, though they haven't been successful when running for the Public Service Commission....

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Judge says prison system should turn over documents to federal investigators - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...The Georgia Department of Corrections should comply with a subpoena from the U.S. Department of Justice seeking a multitude of records related to the government's investigation of violence within the state prison system, a federal judge says in a lengthy report.... ...One of the prisons drawing scrutiny from the DOJ is Pulaski State Prison, the state's second largest facility for women, where the AJC's reports of gang violence and extortion have prompted U.S. Jon Ossoff to call for a separate FBI investigation....

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