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Florida House Democratic Leader Perry Thurston

House Democratic Leader Perry Thurston (D-Fort Lauderdale) issued the following statement: ...

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Broward League of cities hosts volunteer event for elected officials and local residents to help end hunger

To combat hunger in the community and aid the church’s food pantry clients, volunteers collected food donations, created food boxes, built a picnic table, planted a garden of fresh vegetables, and revitalized the church property ...

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Q Unit Mentoring Program

The Q Unit mentoring Program has workshops bi-weekly that focuses on the program’s five key areas for boys ages 9-14yrs ...

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Congresswoman Frederica Wilson’s Congressional Art Competition

fellow student artists to receive the first place trophy from Congresswoman Frederica Wilson at the second annual Congresswoman Frederica Wilson 2013 District 24 Congressional Art Competition ...

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Bianca Rose Taylor recipient of the prestigious Pinnacle Award

Bianca Rose Taylor a fifth grade student at The University School of Nova Southeastern University is a current recipient of the prestigious Pinnacle Award presented by the Broward County Nonpublic School Association ...

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Clarence Thomas’s deep-seated jealousy

Thomas tried to diminish President Obama’s achievements ...

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Black pastors and their responsibility to the Black community

However, what types of programs do our Black Pastors in the Black church today in 2013 have to offer as assistance to the Black community? ...

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2013 Florida Legislature leaves $51 billion on federal table

[caption id="attachment_12679" align="alignleft" width="144"] Roger Caldwell[/caption] 2013 Florida Legislature leaves $51 billion on federal table By Roger Caldwell The President of the Florida Senate Don Gaetz (R-Niceville) and Florida House Speaker Will Weatherford (R-Wesley Chapel) would like to congratulate the 2013 Florida Legislature for an historic session that was extremely productive and transform ...

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African American’s own less than 1 percent of farms today

Today, African Americans own less than 1 percent of farms in the U.S.; and in 1910, nearly one million African-American farmers owned 15 million acres of land. By 1969 that number decreased to 6 million acres of land. ...

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