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Signs of the time

Black people help perpetuate negative stereotypes about themselves. Mary J. Blige’s Burger King chicken commercial is a perfect example. No-body likes fried chicken more than I do but no matter how good it is, it never makes me start singing with eyes closed and chicken held lovingly in my hand after I take a bite. ...

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Too young too immature too selfish and too stupid

Let’s say that your four year old daughter found a loaded gun in a hotel room that you were staying in and accidently shot herself. Now for all intensive purposes, let’s just assume that you would do exactly what most people operating within the confines of good, moral, reasonable, and common sense would do, and that would be to seek medical attention for your child immediately. ...

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Growing the Broward Health brand

As part of a five-year branding campaign, Broward Health is renaming four of its hospitals. Broward Health’s hospitals will now be known ...

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Ask the Doctor: HIV and HIV risk after Age 50

As the members of this group approach their senior years, they must grapple with a unique set of challenges. First, this group suffers two stigmas: that of HIV and that of aging. ...

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Not my Adidas!

More than a week after the German shoe company Adidas unveiled its plans on Facebook to market a $350.00 sneaker with a chain that could be wrapped around the ankle ...

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Local youth get hands-on education in Broadband Awareness from AT&T

Cyber bullying; Protecting personal information online and Internet-based homework help, these are just a few of the topics covered at AT&T’s Youth for Broadband Awareness Literacy & Education ...

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Trailblazers present a review of public housing ‘In the Beginning…The Dixie Court’ story

The story of Fort Lauderdale’s first public housing, is a marvelous threefold story of the early development of Fort Lauderdale, public housing, and of Dixie Court Incorporated slightly ...

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Dillard track star Jamika Glades overcomes hurdles in life

Imagine not knowing where you were going to live from week to week. Imagine being a teenage mother. Now try to imagine what it would be like to balance all of that while maintaining ...

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Fifteen teens tackle bullying in multimedia workshop at FAMU

Fifteen aspiring young teen journalists from Florida, Georgia and Alabama have completed a multimedia workshop at Florida A&M University’s (FAMU) School of Journalism and Graphic Communication ...

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Scott: Florida opt out of parts of health care law

Florida will opt out of spending about $2 billion more to expand Medicaid, and won’t build insurance exchanges, another optional part of the federal health care law, Gov. Rick Scott’s office said Sunday. ...

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