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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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Camillus House honors seven churches for committed effort

Recognizing The Role Of Church In Transmitting Black Culture.” ...

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A community divided

Broward Blvd. and 27th avenue is the subject of much debate in the Fort Lauderdale community. ...

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Meet the first African American two-star General in the U.S. Army Medical Command

United States Army Medical Command. Gen. West will be promoted to Major General, making her the first African-American two-star general in the United States Army Medical Command. ...

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Scott heads toward 2014 with priorities in hand

Before the legislative session began, with Gov. Rick Scott’s approval ratings refusing to budge from their relatively low position and his time to change his standing with the public fleeting, ...

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FAMU names alumnus Sylvester Young new director of marching and pep bands

Dr. Young is a talented and experienced administrator, musician and scholar who I believe will provide strong discipline, leadership and vision for the Marching “100 ...

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Happy Birthday & Happy Mother’s Day to a Nonagenarian

The great 1926 Hurricane? The Victory Theatre? The Old Ice-House on Northwest Second Street? These old landmarks are all a part of the history of our Fort Lauderdale ...

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‘Greatest Mom in the World 2013′ Fannie Mae Sheppard

Mrs. Fannie Mae Sheppard is a God fearing woman and a praying grandmother who always taught her children and those she encountered to always put God first because only He knows the way.” ...

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