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United States Secretary of Homeland Security offers personal advice from his life to the 2015 Spring graduates of Florida Memorial University

As class of 2015 Florida Memorial University graduate, Shanisse Lanoue put it “we are so blessed to be in the midst of greatness,” as she referred to Secretary Johnson ...

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Grandmother and granddaughter duo graduate together from FAMU

Among the brave graduates who were all excited to pursue their dreams there was a very special graduate that I am sure we can all appreciate, 62-year-old Cathy Williams. Williams is the grandmother who was able to share her big day with her granddaughter, Chelsea Washington. ...

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FAMU leading the way in mental health first aid training

The Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) Center for Ethnic Psychological Research and Application (CEPRA) is training North Florida citizens and organizations to possess skills that are in high demand across the nation in the wake of recent tragedies. ...

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Florida PSC reminds consumers to conserve during Water Week

As Drinking Water Week kicks off, the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) joins water professionals across the country in reminding consumers to get serious about water conservation. ...

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New Attorney General tackles police brutality case

On the same day that Loretta Lynch was sworn in as the 83rd United States Attorney General, the chief law enforcement officer in the nation, about 40 miles north of Washington, D.C., pockets of “Charm City” descended into lawlessness in response to decades of police corruption and brutality in poor, Black communities in Baltimore. ...

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Justice not delayed in Baltimore

Three extremely qualified African American women are at the forefront of making certain that Freddie Gray’s death at the hands of police in Baltimore will not go unpunished. ...

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After charges filed and curfew lifted, Baltimore regroups

After charges filed and curfew lifted, Baltimore regroups ...

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Eighteen Black mothers wonder if hospital stole their babies

Eighteen Black women who were told decades ago that their babies had died soon after birth at a St. Louis hospital now wonder if the infants were taken away by hospital officials to be raised by other families. ...

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Blacks lag in accessing high-speed internet

As education, jobs, and the national and global economy go digital, people without broadband (high-speed Internet) access risk being left behind. This disparity in who’s online and who isn’t is often called the digital divide – and Blacks and Latinos are more likely to be in the latter group. ...

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