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Dolphins Edge Out A Win Against Rival Jets

The Dolphins and Jets have had a long rivalry and on Sunday, the Dolphins left New York with a victory, defeating the Jets 20 to 12 ...

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Dillard gridiron great heralded as game changer

     It’s safe to say that Charles “Cartoon” Lane will forever rest on his laurels. ...

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OneUnited Bank President and BB&T Regional President will receive top honors at the BOMA Awards

The top honors for 2018 will go to Teri Williams, President of OneUnited Bank and Tony Coley, Regional President South Florida of BB&T Bank. ...

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James C. Boyd Funeral Home Services

MARC Funeral services for the late Gertrude Marc - 79 were held September 15 at St Bartholomew Catholic Church with Father Andrew Chan-A-Sue officiating. Interment: Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens (Central). WILLIAMS- NotPicture Funeral services for the late David Leon Williams – 87. Interment: Rising Daughter Baptist Church, Waverly, GA. ANDERSON Funeral services for the late Rosanna Anderson - 67 were held S ...

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McWhite’s Funeral Home Services

FERGUSON Funeral services for the late Daniel Leroy Ferguson- 65 were held September 15 at Golden Gate Church with Rev. E. Eugene Overstreet officiating. ROSS Funeral services for the late Charlie W. Ross - 69 were held September 15 at Community Church of God with Bishop Leola Payne officiating. Interment: Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens. WILSON Funeral services for the late Syvilla Hill – Wilson - 79 were hel ...

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Roy Mizell & Kurtz Funeral Home

ANDERSON Funeral services for the late Shirley J Anderson - 78 were held September 15 at Mount Hermon A.M.E. Church with Rev. Henry E. Green, Jr. officiating. Interment: Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens – Central. RICKETTS Funeral services for the late Florette Ivilee Ricketts were held September 15 at Shrine Of Light Chapel with Pastor Ansel Aikens officiating. Interment: Forest Lawn South Cemetery-Mausoleum. ...

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The Major Role The Catholic Church Played in Slavery

     In 2016, Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. offered a public apology after acknowledging that 188 years prior, Jesuit priests sold 272 slaves to save the school from financial ruin. ...

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A Bizarre Tale: An unexplained cop shooting of Black man killed in his home brings tears, fears and questions

He certainly could not have guessed his life would be taken by a Dallas police officer, who had no business in his home. Her gunfire should have been reserved for protecting and serving, and keeping a neighborhood safe from rogue criminals. ...

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Stacey Abrams, Andrew Gillum, Ben Jealous: Black Governor Candidate Become Celebrities in Quest to make history

If elected, Stacey Abrams of Georgia, Ben Jealous of Maryland and Andrew Gillum of Florida would give America its largest number of Black governors ever. ...

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Prisons Strike Across the Country and the Media is Quiet

Prisons Strike Across the Country and the Media is Quiet ...

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