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Duende A.M.P Fest issues a call to musicians in all genres

Pompano Beach Amphitheater (the A.M.P.) is proud to be participating in Broward 100’s Duende. In preparation for the grand finale weekend of the county’s centennial, Broward 100 and the A.M.P. are issuing a Call to Musicians to participate in the Most AMPed Band contest in Duende A.M.P. Fest. ...

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Why 67 percent of high school grads don’t finish college, have no vocational skills

Why 67 percent of high school grads don’t finish college, have no vocational skills ...

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2015 USCA Newsmaker DeRay Mckesson, Black Lives Matter activist, compares fighting AIDS to protest over policing

AIDS activists fighting to end the epidemic in the Black community can take cues from the protests over police violence and the killing of unarmed Black men, says DeRay Mckesson, a prominent leader associated with the Black Lives Matter movement. ...

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The Martyrdom of Emmett Louis Till

The Martyrdom of Emmett Louis Till ...

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Angel Rice sets Guinness world record

16-year-old cheerleader Angel Rice of Atlanta, Ga. sets a Guinness world record on the TODAY plaza for the most double full twists performed in one minute. ...

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Robbie Tolan v. Bellaire Police Department

The Tolan family will finally have an opportunity to have their long-running civil rights lawsuit against the Bellaire Police Department heard in court, thanks to a unanimous decision by the U.S. Supreme Court back in May 2014 ...

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Officer pleads guilty to violating civil rights after leaving teen in a coma

A former Independence police officer pleaded guilty on Friday to violating the constitutional rights of a minor after physically abusing the high school student during a traffic stop and leaving him in critical condition ...

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Six years later, case still haunts her family

Six years later, case still haunts her family ...

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CAP unveils new Child Care Tax Credit proposal to expand access to child care for working families

The Center for American Progress (CAP) recently released a new proposal that would provide a High-Quality Child Care Tax Credit to help low-income and middle-class families afford child care. ...

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