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Raleigh Rawls leaves a legacy of commitment to his family, his community, and his country.

Nestled along the Sistrunk corridor and Samuel Meredith Moseley Boulevard, the African American Research Library and Cultural Center provided the perfect backdrop, for the memorial ceremony in tribute to the late Attorney Raleigh Richard Rawls. ...

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State of Black America Is Strong, Experts Say

State of Black America Is Strong, Experts Say ...

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Florida Lawmakers could change payday-loan industry rules

Florida lawmakers have started moving forward with a proposal to revamp rules for the payday-loan industry, allowing customers to borrow larger amounts of money over longer periods of time. ...

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Black Owned Media Alliance announce the 3rd Annual “Get to Know Black Media: A Symposium”

The Black Owned Media Alliance (BOMA) is excited to announce the 3rd Annual Get to Know Black Media: A Symposium ...

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Homicide

The Fort Lauderdale Police Department is actively investigating the homicide of an adult female ...

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From TLC, Xscape, Outkast, Mista to Ludacris and more

Best known for the signing of and vision behind TLC (T-Boz, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopez, Chili) music group, Ian Burke has been the key figure in popular artists road to stardom. ...

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BLACK OWNED MEDIA ALLIANCE ANNOUNCE THE 3RD ANNUAL “GET TO KNOW BLACK MEDIA: A SYMPOSIUM”

It’s back on! The Black Owned Media Alliance (BOMA) is excited to announce the 3rd Annual Get to Know Black Media: A Symposium. Due to Hurricane Irma the Symposium was postpone. It has now taken a covenant date during Black History Month. This year’s symposium will be held on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County – Carnival Studio Theater located ...

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Pansy Payton Brown – A home-grown African American Quilt Artist nestled in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Named after a beautiful plant, Pansy means "to be remembered". As far back as she could remember she was enamored with the art of quilt making. Some sixty years later after raising and sending six first generation children to college, she retired and rekindled her passion…quilt making. ...

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