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Powersol recharging mobility at the FAMU School of the Environment

The Florida A&M University (FAMU) School of the Environment (SOE) is offering students the experience of recharging and relaxing courtesy of the sun. Powersol, a solar paneled umbrella, also brings solar options into the conversation about sustainable energy resources ...

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FAMU Pharmacy graduates historic first class at Crestview campus

The Crestview campus of Florida A&M University graduated its first class of 21 students awarded the Doctor of Pharmacy ...

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Race still plays a significant role in determining who gets ahead in America, says Clinton

Race still plays a significant role in determining who gets ahead in America, says Clinton ...

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Local activist suits himself by suiting others

They say that clothes make the man. Kevin Livingston brings that maxim to life. ...

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Congressman calls on Black Lives Matters to go to Flint

Black Lives Matter movement needs to be in Flint because Snyder, Mich. Republicans and the governor’s supporters do not care about the lives of the residents of the mostly Black city. ...

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The truth behind the ‘Black Exodus’ at the RNC

The truth behind the 'Black Exodus' at the RNC ...

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Free mammograms at a special event on Saturday, May 14

Free mammograms at a special event on Saturday, May 14 ...

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Black AIDS Institute releases 12th Annual State of AIDS in Black America Report: ‘Black Lives Matter—What’s PrEP got to do with it?’

Today the Black AIDS Institute, in partnership with Gilead Sciences, is releasing its 2016 report on the State of AIDS in Black America: “Black Lives Matter: What’s PrEP Got to Do With It?” The report focuses on what Black communities need to know about pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and other new biomedical HIV prevention tools. ...

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Black-on-Black Coalescence

Black-on-Black Coalescence ...

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