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Woman loses arms and legs due to bathroom sealant rear end injections

A mother who wanted to improve the look of her posterior lost all of her limbs and almost lost her life ...

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In Treatment: Guy Anthony

One in a series of articles about Black people living with HIV/AIDS ...

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Dillard president asks Dr. Dre why he gave $35 million to USC and not a Black college

Kimbrough openly asks Dre why he chose to give so much money to USC, as opposed to one of the struggling HBCUs that really could have used those resources ...

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$5 million pledge to enhance minority business in Palm Beach County still lagging

Equally concerning is a 2006 decision by Palm Beach County Commissioners to give the go head for the project contingent upon a $5 million dollar pledge by several Northern Palm Beach County ...

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Beauregard Cummings is still a force to be reckoned with

As one could see, Beauregard Cummings is a force to be reckoned with. He has been serving the community of Fort Lauderdale for many years with many more to come. ...

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Broward League of Cities installs Davie Council member Susan Starkey as new president

The Broward League of Cities installed Davie Council member Susan Starkey as its new president during a ceremony May 4 ...

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Piney Grove First Baptist Church celebrates 109th year anniversary

The Piney Grove First Baptist Church recently celebrated its 109th anniversary and is one of Broward County’s most significant historical institutions. ...

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Rep. Frederica Wilson honors veterans on Armed Forces Day

Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson honored some 100 U. S. Military Forces veterans ...

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Oklahoma Tornado deaths revised down to 24, including 9 children

medical examiner’s office has revised the death toll from 51 to 24, including nine children. ...

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Howard University Provost WayneFrederick extols value of HBCUs

HBCUs have a 30 percent graduation rate, with about 32 percent of students at private four-year institutions graduating within six years, along with 29 percent at public schools. ...

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