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Coalition of Pastors will help keep the peace during the George Zimmerman trial

local pastors will be in the courtroom to keep the peace and convey the progress of the case to their local churches and the public. ...

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Can the Black community change the face of the music industry?

Some believe the Black community has the power to change the face of the music industry ...

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Celebrate the Caribbean!

Well the City of Mirimar is showing everyone that art is very important and the artistic contributions of the Caribbean are to be celebrated and enjoyed ...

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MLK Pompano Beach CRA Talent Show

The MLK Marketplace event was a free event, where people in the community could come shop, eat, mix and mingle while enjoying the talent show where people of all ages compete for $1,500. ...

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False assumptions ...

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[caption id="attachment_12500" align="alignleft" width="144"] Derek Joy[/caption] Father’s Day unfolds the politics of political confusion By Derek Joy Yep. Just like that! Black Music Month got an interesting start. June brought the onset of summer rains. Andrea came on strong and kicked up a tropical storm. And Father’s Day is in view. Funny how Father’s Day the beginning of the rainy season, hurricane se ...

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Black unemployment rate increases to 13.5 percent in May 2013

There is a major disparity in the Black unemployment rate, when you compare it to the white unemployment rate. ...

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Supreme Court must keep Affirmative Acton alive

United States Supreme Court may issue a ruling that could seriously limit or altogether eliminate the use of affirmative action in university admissions ...

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Virginia’s restoration of voting rights: An American issue

The Virginia Democratic Party had decided that African-Americans were gaining too much political clout after the Civil War. ...

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