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Health Care Providers Settle with Justice Department over Complaints of HIV Discrimination

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has a leadership role in fighting discrimination against people who are living with HIV or AIDS. It addresses this responsibility through outreach ...

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Student Loans Plus Limited Jobs Equals Trouble

When she graduated from the University of Iowa two years ago with a major in elementary education, Amber Newman envisioned standing in front of a class of bright, energetic youngsters ...

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Joint initiative to galvanize the community toward political action and advocacy

The Broward County Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. has formed a joint initiative to host a political candidates’ forum on June 28, 2012 ...

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The business of politics

The modern political party system in the United States is dominated by the Democratic and Republican parties. It’s important that Black Americans recognize that neither of these parties have helped us to gain political equity. Supposedly the purpose of political parties is to bring people together who hold similar points of view about government. ...

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Presidential Bo Peep is losing his sheep

Little Bo Peep once lost her sheep and didn’t know where to find them. Well, the Bo Peep Commander in Chief appears to be losing some of his Black sheep and efforts to bring them back into the fold seem to be failing miserably! ...

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Are Republicans afraid of Black journalists? It appears that they are

The Republican National committee and GOP Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney have rejected invitations to attend the National Association of Black Journalists’ convention this year. ...

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Dr. Boyce: Valerie Jarrett says Obama has ‘genuine love’ for the Black community

This week, White House Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett appeared at the National Association of Black Journalists Convention in New Orleans. During her appearance, Jarrett reiterated the deep affection and appreciation that President Obama has for the African American community. ...

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Dr. Calvin Hyton Shirley Leaves a Medical Legacy Which Spanned Over Half a Century in Broward County

You could probably count on one hand the number of individuals who have had the impact that the late Dr. Calvin Hyton Shirley has had on this community. He practiced medicine in Broward County ...

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Congratulations, Dillard High School’s Magnet Program: Mr. Jenkins’ graphic design students-grand prize winners, three years in a row!

SoBe Sober is proud to announce that Gian-Carlo Acevedo is the Grand Prize winner of this year’s SoBe Sober Broward Art Contest! The art work, will be featured in this year's SoBe Sober Prevention Advertising campaign in Broward ...

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Black males navigate their way through higher education

W.E.B. Du Bois the American civil rights leader who cofounded the NAACP, had a very high opinion of Black men who graduated from college and designated them as the “Talented Tenth” ...

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