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UNCF: A mind is ‘a wonderful thing to invest in’

For the first time in 42 years, the United Negro College Fund has altered its signature phrase. Now, a mind is not only “a terrible thing to waste,” but “a wonderful thing to invest in.” ...

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Did you know former slave Nancy Green a.k.a. Aunt Jemina was the first corporate spokesperson?

Did you know former slave Nancy Green a.k.a. Aunt Jemina was the first corporate spokesperson? ...

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FAMU Institute of Public Health students secure 100 percent pass rate on national CHES exam

The Institute of Public Health recently learned that it once again achieved this feat, securing a 100 percent pass rate on the 2013 exam and surpassing the national average score of 71.56 percent. ...

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FAMU professor selected to participate in International Technology and Engineering Educators Association Conference

Florida A&M University (FAMU) technology education professor David White, Ph.D., will journey to Orlando, Fla. tomorrow to represent the university at the 76th Annual International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA) Conference ...

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Former Secret Service Agent and FAMU Alumnus Shaun West to keynote Honors Convocation

Former U.S. Secret Service agent and Florida A&M University (FAMU) alumnus Shaun West will return to ‘the Hill’ next week to inspire FAMU students during the university’s annual Honors Convocation ...

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How the government infected Black families with syphilis

How the government infected Black families with syphilis ...

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More Than 7 Million Americans Sign Up For Health Care By Deadline

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama says 7.1 million Americans enrolled for health care coverageby Monday’s midnight deadline. He’s praising the achievement of overcoming lost weeks at the start of sign-ups last fall. Obama says the law has not fixed the health care system but it has made it a lot better. He says there is no reason to go back, in an apparent reference to Republican efforts to repeal the law ...

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Kid President Lands His Own TV Show!

Kid President, aka Robby Novak proclaimed on Wednesday via YouTube, “I want to make the world a little more awesome!  So it’s T.V. y’all!” That’s right, the pint-sized politico has landed his very own docu-variety series that will be featured on the family-friendly Hub Network entitled, “Kid President:  Declaration of Awesome.”   The 10-episode, 30-minute program will begin in June and be produced by the So ...

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Fort Lauderdale Mourns the Loss of Former City Commissioner Carlton B. Moore

From Chaz Adams      Fort Lauderdale - A distinguished politician, outspoken activist, and a voice for the underserved passed away early Wednesday morning, April 2, 2014, in the person of former Fort Lauderdale City Commissioner Carlton B. Moore. Carlton Moore dedicated his life to public service believing that he could truly make a difference in the lives of his neighbors in Fort Lauderdale’s Northwest com ...

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