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Film addresses crimes against Black men

Film addresses crimes against Black men ...

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The Obama Administration is keeping Haitian families apart

The Obama Administration is keeping Haitian families apart ...

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Get ready: Republicans propose bill with a 10-year, $40 billion cut to federal food stamp program

Republicans have a deal on the table that outlines its plan to cut the nation’s food stamp budget by $40 billion over the next decade. ...

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Blacks attend underfunded ‘Racially Separate’ colleges

Black students often attend poorly-funded colleges and receive certificates instead of earning degrees, according to a recent report. ...

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Stand Your Ground: Woman pops the trunk on threatening man and kills him

A woman in Houston, Texas has allegedly used the infamous “Stand Your Ground” law in the way it was intended to be used. ...

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Black unemployment rate lowest since 2009

The unemployment rate for Blacks fell from 13.7 percent in June to 12.6 percent in July, the lowest jobless rate for Blacks since January 2009, according to the latest jobs report from the Labor Department. ...

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Austin, Texas still in uproar over police shooting

Austin, Texas Police Chief Art Acevedo has tried to impress upon the African American community during his tenure it has to be “never run from a cop with a gun. ...

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David Deal Playday Celebrates 60th Anniversary

The City of Fort Lauderdale Parks and Recreation Department will celebrate the 60th Annual David Deal Playday with a series of events from July 29 – August 10. All Playday events are free and open to the public with the exception of the 2nd Annual David Deal Playday Golf Tournament. Playday was introduced in 1953 by Joseph C. Carter, the first director of Sunland Park (renamed Carter Park in 1994), as an op ...

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Midtown Summerfest on Historic Sistrunk Boulevard – This Friday, August 2 from 4 to 11 pm

EMBRACING DIVERSITY THROUGH ART, CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT Midtown Summerfest Returns To Historic Sistrunk Boulevard   As the center of commerce, tourism and culture in Broward County, the City of Fort Lauderdale has taken center stage as a city of diversity and inclusiveness.  With over 180,000 residents and over 10 million visitors each year hailing from around the world, Fort Lauderdale is the largest of ...

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