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Protest planned to support Walmart workers on “Black Friday”

The day after Thanksgiving, so-called “Black Friday,” will be a moment for national protests over the conditions faced by thousands of Walmart workers. ...

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Governor Scott lobbying for Hispanic vote in 2014

Many experts think the Florida governor election in 2014 will be decided by the Hispanic vote ...

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Dolphins locker room flap is bad example for youth

[caption id="attachment_12500" align="alignleft" width="144"] Derek Joy[/caption] Dolphins locker room flap is bad example for youth By Derek Joy      The ongoing saga surrounding the Miami Dolphins forced attention on workplace issues beyond football. Two offensive linemen - Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito - are at the center of what some have described as conduct ranging from pranks, to hazing, to bu ...

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NSU Alum Sandra L. Brown to be honored at homecoming

Sandra L. Brown, Class of ‘91, will return to Nova Southeastern University for homecoming, Nov. 14, 2013 to accept an NSU Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award ...

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Dumping ‘at risk’ and other negative labels

Although most of today’s headlines focus on Black educational failures, there are many positive achievements by Black students that often go overlooked, according to a new study. ...

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Second annual Gospel Explosion

How would you like to spend the day after Thanksgiving in Huizenga Plaza at an outdoor concert featuring nationally renowned gospel artists such as Yolanda Adams, Tye Tribbett, Fred Hammond, Deitrick Haddon and Jessica Reedy? How would you like to be able to see all of these artists in Huizenga Plaza for free? ...

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Principal, Martin T. Reid and Kristina Beard were honored at the 2013 Florida Art Educators Association Conference in Daytona Beach, Florida

Both work at Arthur & Polly Mays Conservatory of the Arts; a six-12 Magnet School for the visual, performing and expressive arts ...

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