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South Florida Chapter National Action Network presents the Black Broadcasters of South Florida Political Action Forum

South Florida Chapter President, Bishop Victor T. Curry, will host the Black Broadcasters of South Florida Political Action Forum ...

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A boost for Black babies

A boost for Black babies ...

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Hampton University president receives 100 Black Men of America Chairman’s Award

Hampton University President Dr. William R. Harvey has received the 100 Black Men of American, Inc. 2014 Chairman’s Award in Mentoring ...

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Alfred J. Lee, another proud product of the 33311

Alfred J. Lee, another proud product of the 33311 ...

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100 Black Men of Greater Fort Lauderdale holds fifth annual TBC Golf Tournament & Scholarship Luncheon

The 100 Black Men of Greater Fort Lauderdale celebrated a record turnout with some 100 players signing up for their 5th Annual TBC Golf Tournament and Scholarship Luncheon, at the Palm-Aire Country Club ...

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Commissioner Dennis C. Moss sponsors resolution renaming the future Richmond Heights Shopping Center in Memory of Senator Larcenia J. Bullard

Miami-Dade County Commissioner Dennis C. Moss honored the memory and service of Senator Bullard by sponsoring a resolution renaming the future Richmond Heights Shopping Center as the Larcenia J. Bullard Plaza ...

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Mayor Myra Taylor named to Legacy Miami Magazine’s 50 Most Powerful Black Professionals in Business and Industry

Myra Taylor, Mayor of City of Opa-locka, was awarded during the Legacy Magazine’s Power Weekend’s 10th Anniversary Gala with the honor of being one of its 50 Most Powerful Black Professionals in Business & Industry. ...

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SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER DR. DOROTHY BEND-ROSS-MINDINGALL SPONSORS COMMUNITY FOOD DISTRIBUTION EVENT

free food distribution event, with the intention of helping to sustain the less fortunate from the Overtown community and surrounding areas. ...

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