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Life of Civil Rights Activist Daisy Bates at Miramar Cultural Center|ArtsPark film series

The Mira-mar Cultural Center|ArtsPark Independent Film Series celebrates Women’s History Month with a screening of Daisy Bates: First Lady of Little Rock” with Director and Producer, Sharon La Cruise as part of the South Arts Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers ...

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The Film Strip: ‘Beautiful Creatures’ Viola Davis says its 2013 and Black women maid duty is up

Viola Davis brings a new meaning to the term “caregiver” in “Beautiful Creatures.” ...

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Cleotha Staples, a Staple singer, dies at 78

Cleotha Staples, the eldest sibling in the influential gospel and rhythm-and-blues group the Staple Singers, died on Thursday at her home ...

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Controversial film on modern-day slavery in North Africa heads to public television to re-air on March 3

World Channel in association with National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC) presented World Channel Special Report: Behind Stolen on Tuesday, Feb. 26 and will re-air on Sunday, March 3 at 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. ...

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180 Days: A Year Inside An American High School

180 Days: A Year Inside An Amercan High School is an intimate portrait of life for the first graduating class of Washington Metropolitan High School (DC Met), a public school in Washington, D.C, where only seven percent of students are deemed “proficient” in math and only 19 percent in reading. ...

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Lou Myers, the actor most popularly known for playing Mr. Vernon Gaines on the NBC television series A Different World, has died.

The actor died at Charleston Area Medical Center in West Virginia after undergoing a heart related emergency and falling into a coma ...

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Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce presents Gloria and Emilo Estefan with 2013 Sand In My Shoes Award®

The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce is proud to honor Gloria and Emilio Estefan with the Sand In My Shoes Award,” said Phillis Oeters, Chairman of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce ...

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I Was A Slave, Plantation Life

Plantation Life ...

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Walk in the footsteps of Black Patriots at Valley Forge Park

What a difference! When I visited Valley Forge many years and many park units later and found that my Black ancestors were part of General Washington’s army that played such a definitive role in winning the Revolutionary War, I couldn’t believe I had never learned that in any history class or seen it in the media anywhere. ...

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FAMU, FIU, UCF and USF board of trustees application deadline extended to March 4!

Those interested in this intensive public service opportunity must complete an application and return it no later than March 4. ...

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