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MIAMI DADE COLLEGE OFFERS POPULAR HISTORY OF MIAMI CLASS

MIAMI – Ever wonder how the Great Depression impacted South Florida? Or the significance of the Tequesta Indians to the area? A new class being offered at Miami Dade College will allow history lovers to learn more about the Magic City. The Miami and South Florida History (AMH 2079) class will be offered at the Miami Dade College (MDC) Wolfson Campus on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from May 10 through June ...

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LIVING WAGE AMENDMENT APPROVED BY COMMISSION

PHOTOS COURTESY OF MIAMIDADE.GOV MIAMI – The Miami-Dade County Commission overwhelmingly passed an amendment to the Living Wage Ordinance on April 5 that increases wages to offset rising health care costs. The amendment, which passed on a 12-1 vote, will likely enable thousands of Miami-Dade contracted employees to have access to affordable healthcare for the first time in 15 years. The push for the amendme ...

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PHILADELPHIA OFFICIALLY APOLOGIZES TO JACKIE ROBINSON

Jackie Robinson was the first African-American baseball player who played in major baseball leagues in the modern era. PHOTO COURTESY OF SABR.ORG PHILADELPHIA – Philadelphia is officially apologizing to Jackie Robinson for the shameful way he was treated in the City of Brotherly Love. The City Council passed a resolution Thursday naming April 15 as a day to honor Robinson’s achievements and to apologize for ...

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Miami Gardens appoints Cynthia Machanic as assistant police chief

A view of the Miami Gardens municipal complex which includes the police department headquarters. The city has named Cynthia Machanic as the new assistant police chief. Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/miami-dade/miami-gardens/article69237627.html#storylink=cpy Miami Gardens is adding a veteran South Florida officer to its police department’s command staff to back up Police Chi ...

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State of Black Miami forum to promote joint action on a common agenda

MIAMI-DADE – Miami-Dade County’s diverse black population shares a common heritage but seldom unites in pursuit of shared interests.  To address the need for joint action, Miami-Dade County Commission Chairman Jean Monestime – along with County Commissioners Barbara Jordan, Audrey Edmonson and Dennis Moss, and Miami City Commission Chairman Keon Hardemon – are co-hosting a free daylong forum to bring togeth ...

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The black people ‘erased from history

More than a million people in Mexico are descended from African slaves and identify as "black", "dark" or "Afro-Mexican" even if they don't look black. But beyond the southern state of Oaxaca they are little-known and the community's leaders are now warning of possible radical steps to achieve official recognition. "The police made me sing the national anthem three times, because they wouldn't believe I was ...

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“The Wire” and “Treme” Actor Wendell Pierce Invests in $20 Million Project to Bring Jobs to Baltimore

Actor Wendell Pierce, best known for his role as Detective Bunk Moreland on The Wire, is investing in a $20 million apartment complex in the arts district of Baltimore, he announced during a panel discussion at Columbia University on Saturday. The actor, 49, told Fusion it’s the beginning of a jobs program he intends to expand to other parts of the city. A portion of the apartments in the building will be o ...

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N.W.A. Joins Rock Hall Of Fame

  N.W.A. entered the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Friday, with the groundbreaking quintet that reflected the rough streets of Los Angeles in a style known as gangster rap defiantly refuting those who suggested rappers didn’t belong in the institution. They joined the rock hall in a ceremony at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center with 1970s-era rock acts Cheap Trick, Chicago, Deep Purple and Steve Miller. N.W.A.’s ...

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Father Left His 9-Month-Old In A Hot Car While He Got A Lap Dance At A Strip Club

Every 15-minutes, Auwin Dargin, would walk in and out of Synn Gentleman’s Club in North Hills, CA. Management began to get suspicious and eventually heard crying from a car in the parking lot. The club’s assistant manager Matthew Nadeau, noticed a baby locked in a car and he had one of his colleagues squeezed his hand through the slightly opened window and unlocked the door. While a waitress got the infant ...

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