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Roy & Mizell & Kurtz Funeral Service

BROWN Funeral services for the late Roosevelt Brown - 83 were held Oct. 7 at Roy Mizell & Kurtz Worship Center with Pastor James B. Darling, Jr. officiating. Interment: Sunset Memorial Gardens. ...

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L.C. Poitier Funeral Service

POITIER Funeral services for the late Brother Samuel “Coady” J. Sworn – 87 were held Oct. 10 at African Methodist Episcopal Church with Pastor Eddy Moise, Jr. officiating. Interment: Beach Cemetery. ...

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McWhite’s Funeral Services

CAMBRONNE Funeral services for the late Michael Cambronne were held Oct. 10 at Mc-White’s Funeral Home Chapel with Pasteur Stanley St. Louis officiating. Interment: Sunset Memorial Gardens CLARKE Funeral services for the late Rupert Talman Clarke - 59 were held Oct. 11 at McWhite’s Funeral Home. COVINGTON Funeral services for the late Verna J. Ferdinand-Covington- 58 were held Oct. 10 McWhite’s Funeral Home ...

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James C. Boyd Funeral Services

RAPHAEL Funeral services for the late M. Camanes Raphael-  were held Oct. 9 at James C. Boyd’s Memorial Chapel with Pastor Eric Charles officiating.     ROBERTS Funeral services for the late David Roberts- 61- were held Oct. 9 at James C. Boyd’s Memorial Chapel.     WATKINS - Not Pictured  Funeral services for the late Louis Watkins. ...

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Seeker of Truth

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The danger of thinking you know everything and not knowing when your cup needs emptying

I’ve been around a few intoxicated people in my life time and I have in my past been known to consume a few myself. Believe you me that when I say I know when my cup is full. ...

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Baltimore Mayor Rawlings-Blake enhances the legacy of North Broward Links

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake poured out love and affirmation to the North Broward County Chapter of the Links, Incorporated, and their guests at their 20th Annual Luncheon Oct. 10 ...

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Hospice nurses lead effort to establish National Black Nurses Association Charter for Greater Fort Lauderdale Broward Chapter

The National Black Nurses Association (NBNA) recently approved the charter of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Broward Chapter (GFLBC), the first chapter in the history of the organization to be organized and chartered exclusively by hospice nurses ...

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Walter Scott Family reaches $6.5M settlement with city over cop gunning him down on camera

North Charleston city officials in South Carolina have approved a $6.5 million settlement with the family of Walter Scott, an unarmed Black man who was fatally shot in the back by white police officer Michael Slager while running away from him during a traffic stop. ...

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Reflections on HIV and privilege from a conference of people with HIV

The importance of a gathering like the Positive Living Conference, and many others like it, is that a safe space is established for people to be more than their HIV status ...

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