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First Black nurse in Army Nurse Corps honored, anniversary celebrated

[caption id="attachment_9075" align="alignleft" width="288"] U.S. Army Nurses Corps[/caption] First Black nurse in Army Nurse Corps honored, anniversary celebrated A cake was cut at Tuskegee University in honor of the U.S. Army Nurses Corps’ 112th birthday. Submitted by Tuskegee University     TUSKEGEE, AL – Army ROTC and the College of Veterinary Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health helped to celebrate the ...

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Tuskegee’s Army ROTC passes on leadership and traditions

Army ROTC commander, Lt. Col. Robbie J. Cross, said the program periodically rotates command so the students can have leadership opportunities before entering service in the United States Army ...

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Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) to give away 43 scholarships at $2,500 each

The 2013 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation General Mills Health Scholarship Program will provide scholarships for students ...

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An update on the economic well-being of the Black community

The Black community continues to regain the economic ground it lost during the Great Recession and its aftermath ...

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Murals for Dorsey Park Community Paint-A-Thon Fundraiser 2013

Community Paint-A-Thon for its Murals for Dorsey Park Project, the Project wants to bring people together to help transform Dorsey Park into a historic and cultural destination within the City of Miami commemorating it as the home of Negro League Baseball Florida ...

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National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Thursday, Feb. 7, will be observed as National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. And according to activists, there is plenty that African-Americans need to observe. ...

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What is stopping you from joining the fight against HIV/AIDS

This Thursday, February 7, is Black HIV/AIDS Day. What will you do to help eradicate this dreaded disease? Will you act like turtles and tuck your head deep down in between your shoulders until you can smell the bile in your stomachs? ...

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Lest we forget, or even more pathetic, lest we become lethargic

They say that the older you get, the smaller the world becomes. At one point last year my head was spinning as I said farewell to people near and dear, as well as some where the contact may have been one or two degrees of separation ...

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Urban League of Broward County all in inclusive: Ahead of the rest

Urban League of Broward County made known to the public that the institute is the beneficiary of a $2 million funding venture from Sunshine StateHealth Plan that will support urban league’s health and wellness initiatives and capital campaign ...

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NRA Vice President Wayne La Pierre is a mouthpiece, but it’s time to meet the board

NRA Vice President Wayne La Pierre is a mouthpiece, but it’s time to meet the board ...

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