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Where are our culturally sensitive Black people?

Where are our culturally sensitive Black people? ...

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NAACP commends Florida State Attorney for indictment of McGlockton killer

The NAACP commends State Attorney Bernie McCabe for charging Michael Drejka with manslaughter in the brutal murder of Markeis McGlockton in Pinellas County Florida. ...

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White Officer in Florida arrested and fired for allegedly kicking pregnant Black woman

   Violence against Black people by police can occur even when they are off-duty, apparently, as a white North Miami Beach police officer has been arrested and fired after allegedly kicking a pregnant Black woman in the stomach. ...

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After further consideration of all the qualified candidates for the Governor of Florida, the Westside Gazette Editorial Board(WEB) has reasoned to endorse Mayor Andrew Gillum.

Westside Gazette Editorial Board(WEB) has reasoned to endorse Mayor Andrew Gillum ...

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Early Voting in Broward County begins this Saturday

The Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office is prepared to be of service to voters at the 21 Early Voting Sites scheduled for the 2018 Primary Election ...

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What the Nia Wilson tragedy tells us about the media and Black victims

However, in the wake of her death and media presentation, a lot of questions are being asked about exactly whether innocent. Black victims are getting a fair shake, even after death. ...

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First Game of Preseason

First Game of Preseason ...

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Oakland University to Cover 100 Percent of Teen’s Tuition After Losing Scholarship

     Fortunately for the young lady, Oakland University reached out to offer her a 100% tuition grant. This is following her desire to have the opportunity to study Mechanical Engineering at Oakland University in Rochester Hills, Michigan. Their offer, however, does not include her books and an a-mount reaching $1,640. ...

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The first Black-owned vocational school training school in the country will be auctioned off on August 29

In 1911, the first Black training school in the nation was open to Black students. The vocational and industrial education offered the students specialized training.  ...

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“OMAROSA”

"OMAROSA" ...

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