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What the updated National HIV/AIDS strategy means for Black America

Now, five years later, the White House has released an update to the strategy, taking special care to address the unique needs of the Black community. ...

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Congressman Alcee Hastings on ‘Election Trends and What You Should Know When Considering a Run for Public Office.’

Congressman Alcee Hastings addressed a crowd on Saturday with advice on running for elected office ...

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Remembering Fort Lauderdale pioneer, WWII Veteran and Educator Alphonso Giles: A long life, well lived

Giles, a WWII veteran and retired Broward County teacher, passed away peacefully with loved ones at his bedside on Friday, Sept. 11, 2015 ...

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Black-on-Black crime is destroying communities

Black-on-Black crime is destroying communities ...

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Cindy’s Spirit is not just a play- for some it was their way of life

Cindy’s Spirit brings various themes to life including domestic violence, internal family struggles between blended families, sibling rivalry, bullying and more. ...

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Disease Intervention Specialists at the Florida Department of Health

Disease Intervention Specialists (DIS) at the Florida Department of Health in Broward County spend their days locating people who have tested positive for an STD – or their sex partners – and offering them treatment. ...

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Federal lawsuit filed after investigation confirms racial discrimination at Aventura Apartments

A federal lawsuit was filed today by Housing Opportunities Project for Excellence, Inc. (“HOPE”), a private, not-for-profit fair housing organization, three African American testers, and African American housing seekers against the owners (Beverly Hills Club Apartments, LLC), property management company (United Property Management Group), property manager (Idalio Rivero), and a leasing agent (Katherina Garc ...

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TV news shooter: ‘Just waiting to go boom’

In the aftermath of the fatal shooting of Alison Parker, 24, and Adam Ward, 27 of CBS affiliate WDBJ7 in Roanoke, Va., how and why accused gunman Vester Lee Flanagan, 41, could commit such an egregious act are questions asked. ...

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Meet the first African American women to patent a device for medical purposes

Dr. Patricia Bath was the first African American woman to patent a device for medical purposes. ...

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Senator Chris Smith files for Broward County Commission District 9

Broward County, State Senator Chris Smith (D-Fort Lauderdale) recently (Sept. 9, 2015) filed to run for the County Commission District 9 seat in the 2016 general election. ...

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