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ULBC celebrates 40th Anniversary by launching ‘Breaking the Cycle’ Campaign

The Urban League of Broward County (ULBC) is celebrating 40 years of serving the community by breaking the cycle of poverty for tens of thousands of local people who had been held back by crippling economic and social factors. ...

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BrightStar Credit Union holds car sale for members and the public at Volunteer Park

BrightStar Credit Union, one of the largest credit unions in South Florida with more than 54,000 members, will hold a Car Sale at Volunteer Park, ...

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President Obama becoming more outspoken on race

President Barack Obama returns to Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston, S.C. Friday to eulogize Rev. Clementa Pinckney, it will cap a period in which he has become increasingly outspoken on race, even uttering the N-word to make a point about the slow pace of progress in race relations. ...

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CORRECTION: More than 600 Blacks killed in justifiable homicides since 2008

Black victims accounted for nearly 60 percent of the justifiable homicides committed with firearms in the United States between 2008 and 2012, according to a new report by the Violence Policy Center. ...

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Support grows for taking down Confederate flag

Support grows for taking down Confederate flag ...

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Cop guilty of assault, but will justice prevail?

Cop guilty of assault, but will justice prevail? ...

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Whites don’t have to pretend to be Black to lead an NAACP Chapter

white person does not have to pretend to be Black in order to lead an NAACP chapter. In fact, she would have to look no farther than several states south, to Arizona, to see that a white man, Donald Harris, is president of the Maricopa County NAACP. ...

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Questions remain after shooting death of Boston Muslim

There are still many questions as to why he was approached in the manner he was, and what exactly transpired resulting in him being shot. ...

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American Taxpayers are paying millions to private prison companies for empty prison beds

American Taxpayers are paying millions to private prison companies for empty prison beds ...

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Labor Dept. sues Balt. company over alleged abuse and discrimination against minority employees

A Baltimore-based company that provides staffing for federal contractors allegedly hired Hispanic construction laborers then created and helped to foster hostile working conditions for those workers, according to a lawsuit filed recently by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP). ...

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