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Broward leaders joined together to address community during recent No Flakka Forum at Dillard High School

Broward leaders joined together to address community during recent No Flakka Forum ...

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Homeless as kids, brothers Lamont and Anthony Peterson evolve from street life to boxing’s elite

Abandoned and left on the streets, these two boxing champions are now cheered by the very parents who once cast them aside. It is the story of four individual transformations combining into one incredible tale. ...

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Fifth Third Bank to pay $21.5 Mil in federal auto lending and credit card discrimination case

Fifth Third Bank to pay $21.5 Mil in federal auto lending and credit card discrimination case ...

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The Ali Building still resonating with soulful art, music and life

The historic Ali Building, a fixture in the community of Pompano and a powerful symbol and reminder of the resonant African American history of South Florida, was reopened with new purpose after decades of vacancy. ...

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HBCUs want to kick cigarettes and their butts off campus…

Thirty-three of the nation’s 105 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) announced on Wednesday they have kicked off a Tobacco-Free HBCU Campus Initiative, led by former U.S. Surgeon General Regina Benjamin, M.D. ...

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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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