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Tracy Mourning visits Hallandale Adult Community Center

Tracy Wilson Mourning, founder of Honey Shine Mentoring Organization and wife of NBA great, Alonzo Mourning, visited Hallandale Adult Community Center to speak with students participating in one of the school’s four mentoring programs. ...

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Paula Pearson-Tucker invited to play in ‘The Legends Tour’

Paula Pearson-Tucker, Fore Life, Inc. executive director, has been invited to play in the upcoming LPGA Legends Tour event Nov. 8-9, 2014. ...

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School choice equals parental choice

School choice equals parental choice ...

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Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson Brings Mothers and Families of Murdered Children to the Nation’s Capital for the Congressional Black Caucus “My Brother’s Keeper” Town Hall Meeting

Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson Brings Mothers and Families of Murdered Children to the Nation’s Capital ...

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Drake Sworn named Fire Captain by City of Pompano Beach Fire Rescue

City of Pompano Beach Fire Department, long time fire fighter Drake Sworn was recently named Fire Captain of Fire & Rescue ...

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100 Black Men of Greater Fort Lauderdale Mentee Elijah Manley has begun his path toward greatness

Elijah Manley, a 15-year-old sophomore at Fort Lauderdale High School, where he is enrolled in their Navy ROTC Program as well as the Criminal Justice Magnet Program. He has already set his goals in life at a very high level. ...

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Florida man who shot unarmed Black teen after loud music dispute convicted of murder

On the second try, prosecutors secured a first degree murder conviction of Michael Dunn, the man who shot and killed 17-year-old Jordan Davis after a dispute over loud music at a Jacksonville convenience store. ...

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Police strategies

Police strategies ...

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New Nielsen study underscores need for diversity

The most effective way for companies to connect with African Americans is by reflecting diversity in their advertisements and utilizing Black media, according to a new study by Nielsen. ...

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CDC: Newly diagnosed Black HIV-Positive MSM fall out of care, have lowest viral suppression

And of that number, only 42 percent have achieved viral suppression—a validation that their virus is under control at a level that helps keep them healthy while also significantly reducing their chances of transmitting HIV to others. ...

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