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Pie & Politics: The Westside Gazette Editorial Board’s 2nd Annual Sweet Potato Pie, Politics, and Ice Cream

Two such institutions in Broward County took on this charge, holding an informative gathering where state and local candidates had the opportunity to speak directly to Black voters. The Westside Gazette Editorial Board’s 2nd Annual Sweet Potato Pie, Politics, and Ice Cream event was held at the historical Mount Hermon AME Church in Fort Lauderdale on August 18th. ...

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Three weeks after judge’s deadline, 565 migrant children are still separated from families

In court filings, lawyers reported that 565 children, including 24 who are younger than five, remain in government-contracted shelters, separated from their parents. To put this in perspective, that’s only 7 less than the number reported two weeks ago. ...

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South Carolina Rep. Jim Clyburn says that Democrats that wants to win in November must advertise in the Black Press

South Carolina Rep. Jim Clyburn says that Democrats that wants to win in November must advertise in the Black Press ...

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Four years after Michael Brown’s killing by Ferguson police officer, white prosecutor loses Democratic election to Black prosecutor Wesley Bell

Wesley Bell’s stunning defeat of seven-term St. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch in Tuesday’s Democratic contest all but assures Bell of victory in November. The Republicans have not put up a candidate. ...

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NAACP commends Florida State Attorney for indictment of McGlockton killer

The NAACP commends State Attorney Bernie McCabe for charging Michael Drejka with manslaughter in the brutal murder of Markeis McGlockton in Pinellas County Florida. ...

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White Officer in Florida arrested and fired for allegedly kicking pregnant Black woman

   Violence against Black people by police can occur even when they are off-duty, apparently, as a white North Miami Beach police officer has been arrested and fired after allegedly kicking a pregnant Black woman in the stomach. ...

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Sunland Park Academy proves that community involvement can make a big difference in the lives of students

       There is an old adage which goes,” the proof is in the pudding.” And based upon the improvements across the board, in academic achievement at Sunland Park Academy in Fort Lauderdale, the pudding has all the right ingredients for success. ...

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Ohio Pastor Darrell Scott calls Trump “Most Pro-Black President… in Our Lifetime

       Pastor Darrell Scott said that Trump was going to be the, “most pro-Black president that we’ve had in our lifetime.” ...

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