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November 14 – 18, The Institute of the Black World 21st Century

November 14 - 18, The Institute of the Black World 21st Century ...

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Somebody ought to yell “hell yeah we’re going to the polls”!

There is an App that counts down the days to the next Presidential election. As of Wednesday, July 25, 2012 there are only 103 days before the national election. Yet, unlike the 2008 Presidential election, the infectious excitement and campaign hype seem too quiet for comfort. ...

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City of Fort Lauderdale and Orange Bowl Committee join forces to build $3 million renovation project at Carter Park

In today’s political volatile climate, it’s not often that you find politicians who will cross party lines to support virtually anything. However, the city of Fort Lauderdale has done just that in conjunction with the Orange Bowl Committee in order to upgrade Carter Park with a $3 million dollar renovation project. ...

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Doorstep Delivery – A unique and innovative restaurant delivery service

Tonya Heard and Ben Joseph met at Stranahan High School in the early 2000’s. A budding friendship rapidly blossomed into an endearing relationship based on love, trust, mutual respect and faith ...

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BLACK LIGHTNING

[caption id="attachment_1367" align="alignleft" width="131"] Black Lightening[/caption] By Tarrence Crawford   BLACK LIGHTNING -- This was taken Friday night (July 20, 2012) around 10 p.m. from Pembroke Pines looking south over Miramar. I call it  Black Lightning because both are powerful and beautiful. Photo by Tarrence Crawford   ...

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Local teens make an impact through Summer Service Camp

Summer is a critical out-of-school time when children and teens can benefit from enriched learning, new experiences and making new friends. ...

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‘Divided We Fall’ debuts at the African American Research and Cultural Center Library

The motto of the great Commonwealth of Kentucky is “United we stand, divided we fall” and if African Americans and Jamaicans continue to allow cultural conflicts to exist between them, then the Black community will undoubtedly tumble. ...

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Mount Hermon A.M.E. Church Historical Museum grand opening

Mount Hermon celebrates over 106 years of rich history ...

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Two Broward County Commissioners have been chosen for leadership roles in the Florida Association of Counties

Commissioner Chip LaMarca is vice chair of the Urban Caucus 2012 Policy Leadership Committee. Commissioner Barbara Sharief serves as chair of the Health and Human Services Policy Leadership Committee ...

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Were you there at the great March on Washington on August 28, 1963? AARLCC wants to know…

The African-American Research Library and Cultural Center (AARLCC) is looking for people who participated in the historic “March on Washington” on Aug. 28, 1963 to join us in a dynamic panel discussion to be scheduled in February 2013 for Black History Month ...

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