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Can you read past the sign?

sign read as the man stood before me at the intersection of I95 and Davie Boulevard. As my car crept up to him he smiled eagerly brandishing his aged and almost toothless mouth. ...

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Show me the money

The campaign war chests for President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney total almost $3 Billion dollars! However as of this writing, not one dollar has been spent in the Black Press ...

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FAMU Scientists come one step closer toward harnessing the power of stars

scientists at Florida A&M University (FAMU) who are attempting to harness the power of stars like the sun in the form of fusion energy. A recent experiment at the FAMU Center of Plasma Science and Technology (CePaST) ...

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William Dandy Fund awards scholarships

The William Dandy Scholarship Fund, Inc. awarded seven recent high school grads with scholarships to assist them with furthering their college/university educations. ...

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All but Forgotten: Middle-aged, older Black women at risk for HIV

[caption id="attachment_1798" align="alignleft" width="131"] Nell Davis[/caption] All but Forgotten: Middle-aged, older Black women at risk for HIV By Andrea King Collier        Nell Davis never expected to be in the national spotlight at 64-years-old. The California mother and grandmother never expected to be diagnosed with HIV, either. But she has become one of the new faces of HIV by being featured ...

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Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies of Broward Celebrates the Guard Your Heart Graduation

young women celebrated with a heartfelt graduation ceremony as the culminating event of the Guard Your Heart program ...

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We remember victims in Colorado shooting, but do we show the same respect for those in Chicago?

The national support for the victims of last week’s Aurora shootings is great. However, if we believe in the equivalency of life, what about the lives of young men in Chicago ...

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Robinson out as Education Commissioner

Education Commissioner Gerard Robinson resigned late Tuesday (July 31, 2012) amid a months-long controversy over the state’s testing regimen and errors on school grades that forced the department to change the marks for dozens of schools ...

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The new Trayvon Martin? Police say man committed suicide while cuffed behind his back

Trayvon Martin, more and more observers are becoming concerned about the alleged “suicide” of Chavis Carter. ...

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Election sups: Early voting uneventful

Early voting proceeded un-eventfully Monday election supervisors said, portending, they hope, an easy run up to this month’s primary and the general election in November. ...

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