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“Serial Rapist with a badge” is convicted of raping 8 Black women

Oklahoma City jury convicted one of its former police officers of raping and sexually victimizing eight Black women and the police department said it was pleased with the verdict. ...

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Black Male Entrepreneurs make strategic deposit in Black-owned Bank

In a strategic effort to continue the movement of "Black-on-Black economics" - circulating dollars in the Black community to every extent possible - a group of Black male entrepreneurs led by the U.S. Black Chambers Inc. (USBC) has opened accounts with the D.C.-based Black-owned Industrial Bank. ...

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Roy Mizell and Kurtz Funeral Service

RANDALL Funeral services for the late Eugene Randall II - 45 were held Dec.12 at Roy Mizell & Kurtz Worship Center with Pastor Apostle Jimmie L. Butler officiating. ...

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McWhite Funeral Services

BOONE Funeral services for the late Sarah Hillsman Boone - 63 were held Dec. 12 at The Lord’s House with Bishop Joseph B. Lee, Sr. Interment: Sunset Memorial Gardens. BROWN Funeral services for the late Loretta Brown – 70 were held Dec. 12 at Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church with Bishop Johnson officiating. Interment: Sunset Memorial Gardens. BURNS Funeral services for the late Brother William Burns, Jr. ...

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James C. Boyd Funeral Services

FLETCHER Funeral services for the late Tommie Joyce Fletcher - 79 were held Dec. 12 at Mount Nebo Missionary Baptist Church with Pastor J.W. Key, Jr., officiating. Interment: Sunset Memorial Gardens. HALL Funeral services for the late Baby Boy Ricko Allen Ja’Quan Hall – 16 months. JOSEPH Funeral services for the late Loucie Joseph – 72 were held Dec. 12 at St. Clement Catholic Church with Father Robes Charl ...

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Just give me my marching orders

Just give me my marching orders ...

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100 Black Men of Greater Fort Lauderdale sponsors 10th Annual Bike Drive

100 Black Men of Greater Fort Lauderdale (100BMOGFL). For the 10th year in a row the mentoring program awarded brand new bikes to deserving students who have excelled in the classroom academically ...

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President Obama & 94-year-old Black park ranger light up our nation, Christmas tree

Ninety-four year old Betty Reid Soskin, the oldest working park ranger in our country, introduced President Obama at the lighting of the National Christmas Tree in President’s Park at the White House ...

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FABOM celebrates decade of service; gears up 2016 agenda

The Florida Association of Black Owned Media, Inc. (FABOM) outlined an aggressive agenda for 2016. FABOM celebrates its 10 year anniversary on Dec. 22, 2015. ...

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