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Dr. Maulana Karenga – Black Women, Men & HIV/AIDS: Shared Responsibility in Love & Life

This year as we again observe the days set aside to mark and remind us of both the tragic passing and praiseworthy endurance of victims of HIV/AIDS among us, we, of necessity, continue to search for solutions. And that search, wherever else it takes us, always leads us back to ourselves. For the effective confrontation and curing of this horrible human epidemic, so devastating to us as African people all ov ...

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Head Start Open Enrollment Period ends April 2013

ENROLL YOUR CHILD TODAY! The Head Start and Early Head Start Programs are federally funded programs that offer free, comprehensive services to low-income children and their families. Head Start serves preschool children, while the Early Head Start serves pregnant women, infants and toddlers.  The mission is to promote school preparation by enhancing the social and cognitive development of children through e ...

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Clean Up Project

Clean Up Project Saturday, April 6th, 2013 Promptly at 8:30AM   Wanted:Volunteers    Wanted:Volunteers    Wanted:Volunteers Please join the  Kiwanis Club of Lauderdale Lakes, the Parents, the Alumni and Friends, the Board of Directors and the Cradle Nursery Staff in a general school clean-up! Clean up includes pick up of trash around site; washing of outdoor and indoor toys, cleaning of playground area tabl ...

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Miami Dolphins Take Students to Bluefoot Pirate

Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Miami Dolphins players Josh Kaddu, Richard Marshall, Rishard Matthews, Koa Misi, Julian Posey, Kheeston Randall, Josh Samuda, Randy Starks and members of the Miami Dolphins Women’s Organization took students that have parents in the military on a special trip to Bluefoot Pirate Adventures in Fort Lauderdale.   “It’s always nice to be able to hang out with kids that are underprivile ...

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SWAC is Back!

           SWAC TOURNAMENT   Dallas, TX     MARCH 12-16, 2013   @Curtis Culwell Center in Garland   www.swachoops.org           TUESDAY, MARCH 12 SWAC ALUMNI MIXER Venue: Buttons Time: 7:30p 15207 Addison Rd Addison, TX 75001         WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13 "SWAC GOES HIP HOP" Venue: Southside Music Hall Time: 8p-2p ...

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BLACK HISTORY LITTLE KNOWN FACTS

Check out 124 little known facts in Black History   Fact #1 As a child Muhammad Ali was refused an autograph by his boxing idol, Sugar Ray Robinson. When Ali became a prizefighter, he vowed never to deny an autograph request, which he honored throughout his career. Fact #2 Muhammad Ali, the self-proclaimed "greatest [boxer] of all time," was originally named after his father, who was named after the 19th-ce ...

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Bishop Coleman Starts Drive For Children’s Books

Bishop Darryl Coleman of Shake Up Evangelistic Ministries recently met with counselors from five area elementary schools familiar with the church's community outreach and assistance. During that meeting Bishop Coleman was deeply saddened by the desperate need for books for the children at these schools. He is asking the community to donate children’s books for distribution to these schools. If you don't hav ...

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Bishop Coleman starts drive for children books

Bishop Coleman was deeply saddened by the desperate need for books for the children at these schools. ...

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Please Consider | African-American Moms Raise 8K for Children’s School

I hope all is well with you.   I would love to gauge your interest regarding four African-American mothers that raised over $8,000 for their children's school through the Box Tops for Education program.   The Box Tops for Education program, created by General Mills, is an easy way for community members to support schools. Each participating brand carries a “Box Top” coupon worth 10 cents to a scho ...

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