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Local South Florida native Irvin Doc’ Peck has released his new CD

Local South Florida Native Irvin Doc’ Peck has released his new CD entitled “Style Rhythm - Avant Garde-South.” Doc’ is an accomplished Composer, Playwright, and Trumpeter ...

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Michael Eric Dyson to Black church: Stop treating gays like white folk treat you

Dyson then compared homophobia in the Black Church to the racism espoused by many whites, saying “Black folk beating up on gay people… we doing the same thing white folk did to us.” ...

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News Release: School Board Approves Contract Extension for Superintendent Runcie

Today, the School Board of Broward County, Florida approved Superintendent Robert W. Runcie’s contract extension through October 4, 2019. Next month, Superintendent Runcie will have reached the second year of the original three-year Employment Agreement that took effect October 5, 2011.Among Superintendent Runcie’s accomplishments over the past two years: Opened the first public military academy for south F ...

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U. Alabama Sorority issues statement on why they refused to accept Black student

        By Yolanda Spivey                       The Crimson White has released a disturbing report stating segregation still exists amongst fraternities and sororities at the University of Alabama. Allegedly, an African American candidate who graduated at the top of her high school class with a 4.3 GPA was rejected by the sorority Alpha Gamma Delta.  The young Black woman also “had an impressive record of p ...

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Barry Bonds conviction upheld: He is to begin serving his sentence immediately

 Former Major League Baseball slugger Barry Bonds was convicted a decade ago of obstruction-of-justice in an incident that related to the raid of the BALCO lab, which provided performance enhancing drugs to professional athletes. This week, the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the player’s conviction was going to be upheld.    The conviction came from Bonds’ appearance before a grand jury investig ...

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Basketball in Britain

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Kicking for a Cancer Cure Kickball Tournament

Fort Lauderdale Black Police Officer’s Association is proud to present the First Annual Kicking for A Cancer Cure Fundraiser. This event will be held on September 28, 2013, at Joseph C. Carter Park located at 1450 West Sunrise Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Raffle entry tickets are available for $1. The purpose of this Kickball Tournament is to raise funds to be donated Leoni ...

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