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Julian Bond praised for unselfish devotion to human rights

Julian Bond, a founding member and communications director of Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and immediate past board chairman of the NAACP, is being praised for his lifelong human rights contributions by people ranging from President Obama and his former civil rights colleagues to ordinary people who have benefited from his courage and advocacy. ...

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70 fathers, other significant males welcome Village students back on first day of school

Village Academy Monday morning, he expected to be greeted by his teachers and maybe his principal – not 70 men who were there to welcome students as they returned from the summer break. ...

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Songfest 2015-featured guest artist Francine Ealey Murphy

Francine Ealey Murphy will be the featured guest musician/artist at the Mount Hermon A.M.E. Church—Voices of Praise Choir—Songfest 2015. ...

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Black students more likely to face discipline, less likely to receive treatment

Black students face harsher punishments than their peers and are less likely to receive mental health attention for their problems, according to new research. ...

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Volusia’s first Black female deputy retires

Avis Burrows never really noticed, or cared, that she was the first Black female deputy at the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office (VCSO). ...

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Mitch Ceasar, Broward Democratic Chair, files for Clerk of Courts

After over 40 years of community activism and almost 19 years proudly leading Broward’s Democrats, this morning Mitch Ceasar opened his campaign for Broward County Clerk of Courts. ...

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GOP: How not to pursue women’s vote

How not to pursue women’s vote ...

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ATA’s Black Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony honorees continue the 98 year legacy of America’s oldest African American sports organization

The highlight of this year’s ATA’s tournaments was the Black Tennis Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony ...

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