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The Old Dillard Museum 2012 Cannonball Jazz Series concludes with pianist Nat Adderley, Jr.

The Old Dillard Foundation present the Cannonball Birthday Concert featuring pianist Nat Adderly, Jr ...

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No Vote, No Voice equals ‘No Black Liberation’

It is a very, very, very bad situation looking at the voter turnout here in Broward County for this past Primary Election, which simply shows what to honestly expect in November ...

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The political hurricane

Some say the worst hurricanes are political hurricanes ...

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Black folks see the truth for what it is

BLACK people in self-appointed leadership roles have been using this as an excuse to keep from having to do what we all know is right, ...

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Governor Scott wants to stop automatic military cuts

Governor Scott has been a fierce critic of federal spending, but before the convention, ...

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Education holds value beyond the politics of political power

Education is a hot button issue that some-how gets turned into a political ping pong ball ...

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Going back to the family’s dinner table

They sat around the dinner table and enjoyed each other’s company, got caught up with the day’s happenings and ate good food. For too many people today, this is a mere memory. ...

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An AIDS-Free Generation: Hope from the XIX International AIDS Conference

2012 International AIDS Conference. Family reunions are special because they bring together far flung kinfolk from across the miles, and connect generations to each other. ...

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God has a plan for a man called Cook

Pastor’s Appreciation, a celebration for Pastor Willie J. Cook, Sr., and wife Dorothy ...

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