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Community leaders & well-wishers pay tribute to Samuel F. Morrison

Friends of the African American Research Library & Cultural Center (AARLCC) honored Mr. Samuel F. Morrison, the distinguished and undisputed architect of arguably the most significant edifice constructed in the northwest corridor of Broward County in the 21st Century. ...

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Problems linger in Baltimore

Baltimore’s curfew has been lifted, the officers have been charged, and Freddie Gray has been laid to rest. But the underlying causes of the protests around his homicide remain. ...

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From B*%$#s!! to H*&s to ‘colorful cockroaches’

As he explains why they are surely going to fail and why he won’t give them money, O’Leary refers to them as “colorful cockroaches,” which was entirely unnecessary for him to get his point across. ...

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America’s oldest vet is turning 109, he celebrated with cigars and burgers

World War II veteran and Austin resident Richard Overton celebrated at an outdoor party on Sunday, surrounded by neighbors, friends and local dignitaries who lit up cigars and wished him well, local media reported. ...

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Friends remember Freddie Carlos Gray, 25, as ‘the life of the neighborhood’

“He was the life of the neighborhood,” said William Stewart outside the Baltimore Police headquarters at a protest over the incustody death of his life-long friend Freddie Carlos Gray that was drawing to a close on April 20. ...

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Police violence coverage takes mental toll

Police have killed at least 369 people in the first four months of 2015, with 103 Black Americans – 28 percent – making up a disproportionate number of the victims, according to Ferguson protester project, Mapping the Police. ...

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Teachers with subconscious bias punish Blacks more severely

Teachers with subconscious bias punish Blacks more severely ...

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Supporting our own and circulating the Black dollar

Supporting our own and circulating the Black dollar ...

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Lauderhill declares the month of April 2015 ‘Luereen Flournoy Month’

During a ceremony on April 13, before the Lauderhill City Commission, centurion Luereen Flournoy was all smiles, as city officials designated the month of April, 2015, as “Luereen Flournoy Month.” ...

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Black women face pay gap

It noted that Black women working several part-time jobs to make ends meet may be falling further behind. ...

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