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Trailblazing Civil Rights attorney Julius Chambers remembered

Trailblazing Civil Rights attorney Julius Chambers remembered ...

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NYC Underground Railroad site caught up in a legal fisticuffs

NYC Underground Railroad site caught up in a legal fisticuffs ...

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You can’t sell what you don’t know

You can’t sell what you don’t know ...

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Is corruption and racial profiling the way Florida does business

Corruption is running rampant in Florida, and the only answer our governor has is buy a gun. ...

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Meet three people who make tons of money off prisons

Henri Wedell George Zoley and Jeremy Mindich ...

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Eric Holder says prisons are too full; Black people have been harmed the most

General Eric Holder has finally admitted that there are too many Americans in prison and that it’s time to modify the incarceration process. ...

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Zeta Rho Omega Chapter‘s third annual ‘Strike for a Cure Bowling Tournament’

Local sororities, fraternities, family members and community supporters for the cause were in attendance, to continue the tradition and support Co-Chairs Dr. Sylvia Sloane Jones, Dr. Lynette Johnson, Dr. Margaretta Kearson, and Keisha Harding, who organized the kick off for the Third Annual Strike for a Cure Tournament at the Bowling Center in Fort Lauderdale. ...

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Broward offering free immunization for school-age children

Florida Department of Health in Broward County is offering free immunizations for school age children. ...

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Florida Department of Health advises residents to take precautionary measures to prevent mosquito-borne illnesses

Florida Department of Health (DOH) emphasizes the importance of residents and visitors protecting themselves against mosquito-borne diseases ...

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