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100 Black Men of Greater Fort Lauderdale sponsors 10th Annual Bike Drive

100 Black Men of Greater Fort Lauderdale (100BMOGFL). For the 10th year in a row the mentoring program awarded brand new bikes to deserving students who have excelled in the classroom academically ...

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President Obama & 94-year-old Black park ranger light up our nation, Christmas tree

Ninety-four year old Betty Reid Soskin, the oldest working park ranger in our country, introduced President Obama at the lighting of the National Christmas Tree in President’s Park at the White House ...

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FABOM celebrates decade of service; gears up 2016 agenda

The Florida Association of Black Owned Media, Inc. (FABOM) outlined an aggressive agenda for 2016. FABOM celebrates its 10 year anniversary on Dec. 22, 2015. ...

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No charges for Chicago cop in Ronald Johnson shooting death

Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez’s decision not to charge a Chicago police officer who fatally shot Ronald Johnson III was made after virtually no independent investigation by her office and despite a police dashboard-camera video that shows Johnson being shot in the back while running from police, the lawyer for Johnson’s family said Monday. ...

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Broward Schools’ Runcie named Superintendent Of The Year

Tampa Wednesday that included the Florida School Boards Association, Broward County’s Robert Runcie was named 2016 Florida’s Superintendent of the Year. ...

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Data provides insight to improve adolescents’ health

Data provides insight to improve adolescents’ health ...

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“HIV/AIDS is not an Alone disease.”

"HIV/AIDS is not an Alone disease." ...

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US Marine found guilty of killing transgender Filipino

A Philippine court on Dec. 1, 2015 convicted a U.S. Marine of killing a Filipino last year after he discovered she was a transgender woman in a hotel while he was on a break after participating in joint military exercises in the country. ...

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Medicaid denies nearly half of requests for hepatitis C drugs: Study

People with hepatitis C who sought prescriptions for highly effective but pricey new drugs were significantly more likely to get turned down if they had Medicaid coverage than if they were insured by Medicare or private commercial policies, a recent study found. ...

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