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Price hike of HIV/AIDS Drug highlights new role for activism

There’s no denying that many strides have been made in the treatment of HIV/AIDS. But a pharmaceutical company’s recent decision to hike the price of a drug used by PLWHA from $13.50 per tablet to $750 overnight has some wondering if such progress could be wiped out at the whim of big business. ...

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Florida Memorial University President appointed to Homeland Security Academic Advisory Council

Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson recently announced the appointment of Florida Memorial University’s President Dr. Roslyn Clark Artis to the Homeland Security Academic Advisory Council (HSAAC). ...

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Native-born South Floridian invents Purse Props

South Florida’s very own Leslie J. Dorsett recognized this problem and set out to create a solution. She did just that with her ingenious invention, Purse Props! ...

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Death of Black media ownership

Death of Black media ownership ...

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Black women leaders outraged by police violence against S.C. student

Leading Black women across the nation are expressing outrage this week over the videotaped violent incident showing a white police officer in Columbia, S.C ...

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America nears sweeping reform of a criminal justice system that has decimated Black communities

America nears sweeping reform of a criminal justice system that has decimated Black communities ...

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Fifteen Confederate ‘flaggers’ indicted for terroristic threats against Blacks

A Georgia state prosecutor has announced the indictments of 15 people who threatened African-Americans and used racial slurs when they stopped at a family party while cruising around in a convoy of pickup trucks flying Confederate flags ...

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South Florida Black-owned media companies team up to address advertisers

For the first time, all of the top Black-owned media companies in South Florida have joined forces to show a united front and to prove to advertisers that doing business with them is more than worth it. ...

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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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