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An easy target: Political attacks focus on the West side of town

Meanwhile, in the West side of town where many Hallandale Beach residents grew up and then raised families of their own right in their neighborhoods, an old cemetery had been laid out forlorn until recent tending and attention ...

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Broward Million Father March first day of school event – August 20

Broward County Public Schools again for the annual Broward Million Father March take a child to the first day of school campaign - encouraging fathers, relatives, men and significant male caregivers to take their children to school on the first day of classes ...

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Obama says, ‘He is President of America not Black America’

President Obama was criticized for acknowledging clearly during an interview with Black Enterprise, that he is not the President of Black America ...

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Black women make a huge mark on the Olympics

But if this has been the Olympics for women, Black women have been driving the bus and dominating, much more so than the guys. ...

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Complaint: Okaloosa schools discriminate against Black students

Okaloosa County School District, alleging disciplinary discrimination toward Black students. ...

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Zimmerman will try stand your ground defense

George Zimmerman confirmed Thursday that he will assert a “stand your ground” defense, although a judge would determine in a hearing whether he ultimately can claim to have acted in self defense under the Stand Your Ground law. ...

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Mayo Clinic: Rep. Jackson being treated for bipolar disorder

Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. has bipolar disorder, the clearest indication so far of what’s kept the veteran South Side lawmaker on medical leave and out of the public eye for more than two months. ...

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Supreme Court’s Citizens United verdict crippling Obama’s Campaign

Supreme Court threatened the health of our democracy by allowing PACs to finance ads with unlimited amounts of money under a vile of secrecy. ...

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Town sued for allegedly keeping out Black residents

Connecticut town is being sued for allegedly discriminating against minorities in an effort to keep its Black population ...

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ACLU: 13,000 qualified ex felons not registered to vote

More than 13,000 ex-felons may be eligible to vote but don’t know it, the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida said Wednesday, citing data it obtained from the Florida Parole Commission ...

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