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The Florida Consortium of Urban Leagues To Host Panel Discussions Across The State

The Florida Consortium of Urban Leagues To Host Panel Discussions Across The State   2804 Belco Drive Orlando, FL 32808 ph: (407) 841-7654 cful.org     ...

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LOVE BOAT 2013

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Kenya Migration & Great Rift Valley Lakes Safari

  ITINERARY: KENYA MIGRATION & GREAT RIFTVALLEY LAKES SAFARI   DESTINATION : KENYA   DURATION : 07Days /06 Nights TOUR HIGHLIGHT: This tour highlights the Aberdares National Park, the Great Rift Valley highlighting Lakes Naivasha, Nakuru and Bogoria and the famous Maasai Mara National Reserve. You will have 02 nights in Amboseli, 02 nights in Nakuru  to vist Lake Nakuru National Park and excursion ...

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Florida Memorial University Scholarship Gala

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MODCO Charity Basketball Game

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Register Today for Women of Destiny 2013

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Women’s Equality Day

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Cannonball Adderley’s Birthday Celebration!!

Randy Corinthian   Dillard High School Randy Corinthian September 14 Fort Lauderdale, FL The Old Dillard Museum will celebrate the birthday of Fort Lauderdale’s greatest band director, the late saxophonist Julian “Cannonball” Adderley, at a concert featuring the protégé of his trumpet playing brother, Nat Adderley. This concert will bring the dazzling trumpeting style of Longineu Parsons at the school whose ...

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South Florida Celebrates the Release of “A Charge to Keep I Have” by Victor T. Curry

(Miami, Florida) August 14, 2013 – Internationally renowned Bishop Victor T. Curry, an anointed preacher, teacher, advocate, leader, colleague, father and grandfather adds a profound dimension to his life’s work by releasing to the glory of God the written testimony of his life’ journey, “A Charge to Keep  I Have – Fulfilling Your Life’s Purpose.” A native of Carvers Ranches, now West Park, Florida, Bishop ...

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50th Anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom: Drum Majors for Justice Celebration in Washington, D.C. By Latraviette D. Smith

Fifty years ago, Whitney M. Young, Jr., president of the National Urban League from 1961-71, worked alongside his fellow civil rights, social justice and labor movement leaders to organize the March on Washington, where 300,000 people gathered to demand jobs and freedom. As America prepares to mark the anniversary of this historic gathering, the National Urban League, under the leadership of Marc H. Morial, ...

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