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President Obama examines the safety of the NFL

President Obama admitted that he is a big football fan, and I am sure he likes to brag about which team will win. ...

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Pink Slip Rick group says Rick Scott isn’t announcing a budget, but his candidacy

Rick Scott’s posturing around his 2013 budget proposal that the governor has a PR problem and is desperate to be in the good graces of teachers, public employees’ and middle class families ...

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Mt. Hermon A.M.E. Church ‘Founder’s Day’ celebrates 253rd birthday of Bishop Richard Allen Keynote Speaker: Karlton O. Johnson

(AME) denomination is cordially invited to attend the 253rd Birthday Celebration of the late Renown Bishop Richard Allen, founder of the first African-American Protestant Movement in America. ...

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The Southern Baptist Convention’s Racist Past: Is it still affecting the Black Church

Many Black Atheists believe Christianity’s racist past is still keeping blacks in bondage today. Last summer, the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) made a historic development ...

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Clutter: The biggest threat to Black businesses getting off the ground!!

The biggest threat to Black business today is the clutter factor. Unfortunately if you ask-ed the average business owner they probably won’t know what you are talking about ...

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Blacks moved to the back of the line – Again

If Black folks didn’t get anything when we were in second place, what makes anyone think we will get anything when we move into third place? ...

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Governor Rick Scott unveils 2013-2014 Florida families first budget calls for $2,500 teacher pay raise and eliminating sales tax on manufacturing equipment

Governor Rick Scott unveiled his Florida Families First Budget for fiscal year 2013-2014 ...

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Creator of the Kwanzaa Holiday will keynote FAMU’s Black History Convocation

Maulana Karenga, creator of the pan-African cultural holiday Kwanzaa and the Nguzo Saba (The Seven Principles), will serve as the keynote speaker for Florida A&M University’s (FAMU) Black History Month Convocation ...

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Fewer Florida inmates are re-offending after release

Fewer Florida prison inmates are re-offending after their release, Corrections ...

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