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Monday, Nov. 28

Executive Director Linda Salley poses at the future site of the African-American Museum of Bucks County. (Source:

 • State finds racial problems at Lancaster County Workforce Development Board: The Department of Labor & Industry’s Office of Equal Opportunity issued a report stating that “pervasive and regular conduct created a hostile work environment for people of color employed by the board.” (Source: LNP)

 • One dead, one injured in city shooting: No arrests have been made in the incident, which took place around 1:30 a.m. at the Prince of Subs restaurant on the 100 block of South Prince Street. (Source: WGAL)

 • Ice rink opening at Park City Center: The outdoor rink will operate from Friday through late February. (Source: ABC 27)

 • Donegal school librarian resigns over Young Adult book policy: Matthew Good objects to district policy requiring eighth graders to have parental permission to access YA materials, written for ages 12-18. (Source: LNP)

 • Ground broken for African-American museum in Bucks County: The facility near Langhorne will be the first Black history museum in Philadelphia’s ring counties. A 2024 opening is planned. (Source: WHYY)

 • Nation/world: Anti-lockdown protests sweep China. (Source: NBC News) Mauna Loa volcano erupts. (Source: CBS News) Two rescued after plane hits power lines. (Source: CNN) Power outages disrupt Ukranian medical facilities. (Source: AP) Philanthropy critic Pablo Eisenberg dies at 90. (Source: NPR)