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Education chief: Schools failing Black students

Schools failing Black students ...

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Black Press continues to serve special role

Black Press continues to play a valuable and unique role in the African American community, ...

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Amazing and adorable: Girl with no hands wins Penmanship Award

An adorable seven-year-old girl from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, who was born without hands, has won a penmanship award at her school. ...

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A baby now free of HIV has doctors talking about cure

A baby born infected with the AIDS virus who got immediate treatment now has no detectable virus in her blood – not quite a cure, but so close to one that it has doctors talking about the possibility. ...

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In South Dakota, teachers can now carry guns to school

Though some states have provisions in their gun laws allowing teachers to carry firearms in the classroom, South Dakota is the first to actually pass the law which will go into effect July 1 ...

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Unemployment may worsen for Black workers

We should be worried for Black workers, because of the hit to the public sector and because of the weak job growth overall ...

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Florida Republicans shoot down Medicaid expansion plan leaving millions of Floridians in limbo

Medicaid expansion plan, thereby casting millions of uninsured Floridians into a state of limbo regarding healthcare coverage. ...

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UTD election made history, raised haunting questions

Fedrick Ingram, a 1991 graduate of Miami Jackson High School, beat out five other candidates to win a controversial election that raises some haunting questions. ...

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Westside Gazette publisher honored by South Florida political elite

Westside Gazette Publisher Bobby R. Henry, Sr. and his wife, Broward County Administrator Bertha W. Henry will receive the award before a glittering crowd of 700 guests gathered to pay homage to those who help make their communities better ...

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