In today’s news, jurors will be sequestered in the Zimmerman trial; Massachusetts Sen. William Cowan says President Obama doesn’t need a “Black agenda;” and new HUD study says Black Americans still face racial discrimination in housing.
Jurors selected for Zimmerman’s trial will be sequestered, judge says. [Orlando Sentinel]
New HUD study says African-Americans still face discrimination in housing. [NewsOne]
Massachusetts Sen. William “Mo” Cowan says there’s no need for a “Black agenda” from President Obama. [ABCNews]
Nelson Mandela spends seventh day in hospital recovering from a lung infection. [USA Today]
At least two dozen were injured as a deck collapsed at a Miami bar. [MiamiHerald]
The Heat achieves victory over the Spurs and tie NBA Finals 2-2. [ESPN]
379 homes were destroyed during a forest fire in Black Forest, Colorado. [CNN]