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Richie Incognito Taunts Of Jonathan Martin Reveal NFL’s Unspoken Racism

Despite the low shelf-life of careers, the injuries, and the overall gladiator-styled blood lust of professional football, players risk all to play under the bright lights. However, like many other sports, there is a fraternity-styled atmosphere of the sport unknown to most. With nine-year Miami Dolphins linemanRichie Incognito, a White man, allegedly taunting biracial second-year fellow lineman Jonathan Ma ...

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Political campaigns reflect the politics of political trickery

Political campaigns reflect the politics of political trickery By Derek Joy      And so, the dust has settled and the smoke has cleared. Pretty much so in the municipal elections. The cities of Miami, Miami Beach and Homestead saw voters have their say last Tuesday. Miami Dade County voters had their say on the $800-million bond issue to upgrade Jackson Memorial Hospital. Now, the real trickery of rat killi ...

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Eliminating the Schoolhouse to Jailhouse Pipeline

Eliminating the Schoolhouse to Jailhouse Pipeline Joint Op-Ed by NAACP Fort Lauderdale/Broward President and Broward County Public Schools Superintendent By Nadine Drew It may be startling, but it is a fact that in the 2011-2012 school year, Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) led the entire state of Florida in the number of students arrested on school campuses. The majority of these incidents involved non ...

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