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FAMU family mourns death of former journalism dean

Florida A&M University (FAMU) is mourning the death of James E. Hawkins, former dean of the School of Journalism and Graphic Communication (SJGC) from 2004 to 2013. ...

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How does God have patience with us?

“If God didn’t have patience, we wouldn’t be here right now ...

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Local businesswoman continues to meet needs of Black girls through doll line with new chocolate skin addition

“I want our beautiful chocolate skinned little girls to see just how gorgeous their skin is when they play with Divah Taylor. ...

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ABC-TV’s Robin Roberts ranked most trusted TV host in poll

Robin Roberts has been named the most trusted woman in television, according to a new Reader’s Digest survey released this week. ...

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Tyler Perry to Oprah: ‘I’m not supposed to be alive’

[caption id="attachment_13548" align="alignleft" width="288"] Tyler Perry and Oprah Winfrey[/caption] Tyler Perry to Oprah: ‘I’m not supposed to be alive’ From Christian News Tyler Perry, who makes films that sell to predominantly Christian audiences around the world, makes no secret about his struggles during childhood. He says that as a child, he dealt with an abusive father and says that he was also sexu ...

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Rapper Kendrick Lamar says that Hip-Hop’s promotion of drug use is not cool

[caption id="attachment_13540" align="alignleft" width="288"] Kendrick Lamar[/caption] Rapper Kendrick Lamar says that Hip-Hop’s promotion of drug use is not cool From Your BlackWorld The rapper Kendrick Lamar is speaking against the promotion of drug use in hip-hop music. The drug in the rapper’s cross-hairs is one called “Molly,” a very dangerous drug that rappers are now speaking about to impressionable ...

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Black gay males worst affected by HIV/AIDS infection. Is racism to blame?

Black men who have sex with other men are HIV positive, according to the report from the Black AIDS Institute, the only national HIV-AIDS think tank focusing on African Americans. ...

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What is lupus and what are its symptoms

Lupus is a disease that can be debilitating and can be mild or severe. The disease is an inflammatory condition in which the immune system begins to attack the body’s tissues and organs. ...

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Medicaid disconnect between leaders and voters in South

[caption id="attachment_13518" align="alignleft" width="288"] The Deep South[/caption] Medicaid disconnect between leaders and voters in South By Maya Rhodan      WASHINGTON, D.C.  (NNPA) – As more and more provisions of the Affordable Care Act roll out, the disconnect between what leaders in pockets of the country want for their constituents and what the citizens actually want becomes more clear –and nowhe ...

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