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African meeting house vandalized with ‘N-Word leave’ in Nantucket

     The Nantucket Police Department is investigating the vandalism, which occurred sometime Saturday night or Sunday morning, Nantucket’s The Inquirer and Mirror reported. ...

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NFL: Dolphins to release Ndamukong Suh

     The Miami Dolphins plan to release defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh before the start of free agency, according to Monday reports confirmed by the Miami Herald. ...

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Facebook brought some amazing women together in honor of International Women’s Day

Facebook brought some amazing women together in honor of International Women’s Day ...

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Delta Week open to the public

The women of the Broward County Alumnae Chapter (BCAC) have crafted a week long series of (Delta Week) activities to increase awareness regarding the chapter’s public service initiatives and how they specifically impact the community. ...

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Leading Black legislator calls for economic unity, action as Black wealth 2020 celebrates second year

The president of America’s largest organization of Black legislators has called for unity behind economic development initiatives prioritized by Black Wealth 2020; a movement launched two years ago to forge progress for Black-owned businesses, banks and homeowners. ...

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Wells Fargo mural features historical Black/African American leaders from Broward County

Wells Fargo’s new Broward Boulevard branch and a teller line mural was unveiled, highlighting some of Broward County’s local Black/African American history and leaders.  ...

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Police Responding to 911 Call For Suicide Crisis Intervention Fatally Shot The 18-Year-Old Victim, Beloved Son Of Fireman

Police Responding to 911 Call For Suicide Crisis Intervention Fatally Shot The 18-Year-Old Victim, Beloved Son Of Fireman ...

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Broward College and Urban League of Broward County awarded $3,187,500 Florida Job Growth Grant for Workforce Training

Broward College and the Urban League of Broward County are proud to announce they were awarded $3,187,500, the largest amount ever awarded for a single project, by the Florida Job Growth Grant Fund for its building the CORE (Critical Occupation Response through Education) program. ...

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Howard University, FDA and Glaxosmithkline announce innovative regulatory affairs and policy fellowship Program

The Howard University College of Pharmacy, in collaboration with the Food and Drug Ad-ministration (FDA) and GlaxoSmithKline, announces the creation of a new fellowship centered on regulatory affairs and policy ...

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