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Blacks in AIDS 2012 Leadership: A. Toni Young

Toni Young is the founder and executive director of the Community Education Group in Washington, D.C. Since January she has served as moderator for the Road to AIDS 2012 national town hall meetings. ...

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Broward County’s First Ladies

These are the pastors’ wives. Called as a help-meet for the man of God in our various churches, they provide our community with a spiritual covering of love. ...

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Racial Profiling is on ‘Steroids’

“Well, who are they coming to get now?” That’s what Norman Murray thought as police officers ran in his direction with guns drawn. Murray, a native Washingtonian ...

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Summer is near so here is sum of this and sum of that

It seems like everyday when you think that man/woman can’t grovel any lower, all of a sudden you’re hit smack dead in the middle of your face with something new. ...

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Alimi Ballard: Actor, Activist

In a weekly series about the Black AIDS Institute’s Greater Than AIDS ambassadors, Alimi Ballard is using his VIP status in Black America to increase awareness of HIV/AIDS and HIV testing and treatment. ...

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Dr. Queen Esther Williams McCormick

As we embark on the different chapters of our lives, it is so important that we remember a certain truth: God had us in mind when he created his plan for mankind. ...

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Zimmerman: One flew over the cuckoo’s nest

In a haphazardly convened news conference, George Zimmerman’s attorneys, Craig Sonner and Hal Uhrig, said today they would no longer represent the 28-year-old ...

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Black Women’s Roundtable Healthy Wealthy and Wise Empowerment Forum to feature actress and producer Vivica A. Fox

The Florida Coalition on Black Civic Participation (FCBCP) will host its fourth Black Women’s Roundtable (BWR) Healthy, Wealthy & Wise National Empowerment Forum ...

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Pompano Beach Pioneer left a legacy of service

Deacon/Coach Carl Jefferson, Sr., was taught to value education from his youth and was educated through the Brooks County School System in Georgia. ...

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Bishop Richard Chappelle, Sr., succumbs at 78

Bishop Richard Allen Chappelle, Sr. the 108th elected and consecrated Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, passed away on Thursday, March 29, 2012 in St. Louis, Mo. ...

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