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The two faces of Marco Rubio

[caption id="attachment_14713" align="alignleft" width="250"] Marco Rubio[/caption] The two faces of Marco Rubio The Florida senator is trying to be both a high-level negotiator and a disappointed populist. With the immigration bill, he’ll eventually have to choose. By Rebecca Kaplan In a radio interview Tuesday with conservative talk-show host Hugh Hewitt, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., drew a line in the sand. ...

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Bishop Victor T. Curry appointed Southeast Regional Director of the National Action Network

National Action Network (NAN), along with the National Board of Directors, has announced the appointment of Bishop Victor Curry as Southeast Regional Director of NAN ...

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History in the Making – The Florida Bar poised to install Eugene K. Pettis, the first African American to lead the distinguished organization

The Florida Bar will make history on Friday June 28, 2013 when it installs Eugene K. Pettis, Esq., as the first African American to lead the 63-year-old organization. ...

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City of Fort Lauderdale wins 2013 FWEA Wastewater Collection System of the Year Award

The City of Fort Lauderdale was recently named the winner of the Florida Water Environment Association’s (FWEA) 2013 Wastewater Collection System of the Year Award ...

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North Broward County Chapter installs new president and inducts new members

[caption id="attachment_14693" align="alignleft" width="324"] Members of the North Broward County Chapter[/caption] North Broward County Chapter installs new president and inducts new members Submitted by Joe Ann Fletcher and Tamara Gant      May was a busy month for The North Broward County Chapter of The Links, Incorporated as the community service organization ushered in a new administration as well as a ...

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Hands on Broward selected to host Americorps members as part of financial opportunity corps in Broward

HandsOn Broward has been selected as one of 10 sites across the country to host an innovative financial ...

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Black music often reveals the politics of political chicanery

[caption id="attachment_12500" align="alignleft" width="144"] Derek Joy[/caption] Black music often reveals the politics of political chicanery By Derek Joy What’s Going On? That was the musical question asked by the late Marvin Gaye in his 1970 revolutionary recording with that title. It was a mega hit. Changed the re-cording industry. Impacted the movie industry by influencing a more creative use of movie ...

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Where does President Obama stand on Affirmative Action?

Where does President Obama stand on Affirmative Action? ...

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‘Moral Mondays’: A model grassroots movement

A model grassroots movement ...

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