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Miami Dolphins host Media day at Sun Life Stadium

Miami Dolphins host Media day at Sun Life Stadium Dillard High School footplayers clowning around in Miami Dolphins lockerroom By Dedrick D. Henry, Sr.      Several high school football players from surrounding  Dade and Broward County high schools enjoyed their Saturday at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Florida where the Miami Dolphins hosted a high school media day. Players from Dillard, Stranahan, St. Thomas ...

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LL hasn’t lost his street cred

LL hasn’t lost his street cred ...

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Delores McKinley honored as a Prominent Black Professional in Business

Delores Y. McKinley, 2010-14 international treasurer of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., was named one of Broward County’s 25 Most Influential and Prominent Black Women in Business and Leadership for 2014 by Legacy magazine ...

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A Plus Foundation’s first Emerald Awards Luncheon is a success

A Plus Foundation Incorporated a 501 (C) 3 and charitable arm of Chi Psi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, and first Emerald Awards Luncheon honoring church musicians for their service was a success. ...

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Black scholars get ‘aggressive’ about speaking on challenges Black males have

It is all about the struggles that Black students go through and how they are challenged every day while they are trying to learn ...

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‘Aunt Jemima’ family files two billion dollar lawsuit against Quaker Oats and Pepsi

DW Hunter has filed a two billion dollar lawsuit against Quaker Oats, PepsiCo, Pinnacle Foods Group and The Hillshire Brands Company for using his great grandmother’s image without “equitable fair share of royalties.” ...

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Blacks in the South and Midwest hurt most by jobless cuts

South and Midwest slashed unemployment benefits after the Great Recession, claiming it was an effort to save money and boost the economy, they only succeeded in disproportionately hurting Black families already struggling to make ends meet. ...

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Young Black political leaders emerge as triple threat

Young Black political leaders emerge as triple threat ...

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Stolen land; stolen legacy

Stolen land; stolen legacy By Starla Vaughns Cherin      African American David Irving purchased 110 acres of property in Saluda, South Carolina in 1917. A beautiful parcel of land bordered on the north by Clouds Creek. On the map it’s near Prosperity High-way and a remembrance of the American Revolution, the Clouds Creek Massacre of American patriots in 1781. Irving paid $2,750 on Nov. 28, 1917 in a deed t ...

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