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Criminal injustice system failed Trayvon

Trayvon’s death is a cold reminder that the Black homicide rate is more than six times that of Whites ...

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A more valuable type of protest

hundreds of Black people gathered in the front of the Florida Governor’s Mansion to protest the outcome ...

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Looking beyond George Zimmerman

This scourge of gun violence is a plague on our nation, but especially on the African-American community. ...

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An economic divide is growing in our cities

What is the plan for our nation’s cities? ...

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The state of Black men

Today, we simply want to provide an overview and begin to point to some answers ...

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Cherished memories of Charles ‘Chuck Goody’ Goodrum

[caption id="attachment_15733" align="alignleft" width="180"] Charles 'Chuck Goody' Goodrum[/caption] Cherished memories of Charles ‘Chuck Goody’ Goodrum From the Goodrum Family Charles Leo Goodrum was born Wednesday, January 11, 1950 in Miami, FL to Demosthenes Leo and Ida Knowles Goodrum. The family relocated to Winter Haven, Fla., where he began his education in the schools of Polk County. At an early ag ...

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FDA pays tribute to one of Africa’s greatest champions, Sarah Moten who passed peacefully on Tuesday, July 9, 2013

It is with great sadness that The Board of Directors and members of The Foundation for Democracy in Africa (FDA), announce the passing of Sarah Moten Board Member and 2008 recipient of FDA’s highest honor -”The Medal of Glory Award.” ...

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Introducing FUNdraising Good Times

Welcome to FUNdraising Good Times, your place for how-to information on the often mysterious topic of fundraising ...

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Sanford residents worried about their city’s future

Sanford, residents are concerned about the future of their city ...

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Florida refuses exhumation of bodies at reform school where African-American boys are buried

Florida denied the University of South Florida’s request to exhume the bodies of dead boys from the cemetery at the Dozier School for Boys, where troubled boys were beaten and abused over a span of decades. ...

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