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Above the Influence March and Rally

Please join Broward County School Board members, Superintendent Robert Runcie, the United Way of Broward County and a host of community partners for Above the Influence Broward - March for a Healthy Future! on Saturday May 18th.  Above the Influence encourages our youngsters to be themselves, and not let negative influence sway their judgment.  Pressure to drink, do drugs, be thin, discriminate against othe ...

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“Flesh display in the sanctuary”

Breasts, thighs, calves of the sisterhood are everywhere one looks; the brothers have shirts unbuttoned almost to the navel and pants tight enough to outline their personal selves. It not only is inappropriate, it is disgraceful and an affront to the God we claim to worship ...

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Motherhood is unique in the politics of cultural evolution

Yes. A mother is someone every human being on earth can identify with ...

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Unemployment number at four year low and Obama smiles

the unemployment rate was at double digits, and no one had an answer or a solution to this crisis. ...

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Blacks underrepresented in immigration debate

On its surface, the bill provides much-needed relief to many of the 11 million undocumented people who live in our country ...

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South Africa’s best kept secret

When Nelson Mandela and his African National Congress comrades were plotting to overthrow the white minority-rule apartheid regime in South Africa, Lilies Farm in Rivonia, just north of Johannesburg, served as their secret hideout. ...

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The hip hop dilemma

And if it’s a dilemma for our younger generation, imagine what it’s like for adults. Ask your mother or aunt what is their dilemma with Hip Hop and the question will ignite a long, drawn out conversation because in some way or another Hip Hop bothers them, deeply. ...

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You’re right it’s not crack… It’s worse

United Way of Broward County Commission on Substance Abuse whose members include community coalitions from all over South Florida, have spearheaded ...

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ROSA LEE HOLMES RAILROAD STORY OF INJUSTICE

Rosa Lee Holmes, who is 77 years old is in bankruptcy and foreclosure because the Department of Justice, Federal Lands Acquisition Office will not release the money needed to save her home and improve her overall quality of life. This is money owed to her for the use of her land. Considering Ms. Holmes age this can be called elder abuse by the government. Under the US Constitution, the Fifth Amendment, Pres ...

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And when it is time we must face the peace

So intriguing and so precious is death that only God knows the time and certainty of the moment for each one of us. ...

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