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Fort Lauderdale Native Serves Aboard a Floating Airport at Sea

A Fort Lauderdale, Florida, native and 2015 South Plantation High School graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, which recently returned from a seven-month deployment. ...

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Proposal Letter for Sponsorship

Proposal Letter for Sponsorship ...

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Effective relationship building requires networking up, networking across and networking within

In this season, progressive entrepreneurs are coming to terms with the necessity of using networking to build and develop effective relationships. In fact, more and more of us are discovering that is vital to not just appear to network but to network. ...

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Once in a Blue Moon – Stefanie Camille Moon

Stefanie Camille Moon is running for Broward County Circuit Court Judge, Group 38 in the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit Court. ...

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Florida Memorial University appoints a New Interim President

The Board of Trustees of Florida Memorial University (FMU) has announced the appointment of Dr. Jaffus Hardrick to serve as the University’s Interim President.  Dr. Hardrick will replace Dr. Castell V. Bryant, who had served in the position.  Dr. Hardrick begins his tenure on July 16, 2018. ...

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Roosevelt McClary III, the first African American Secretary of the Broward Teachers Union, qualified June 19, 2018 as a candidate for City Commission of Lauderdale Lakes, Seat 1.

If elected McClary will be one of the youngest Black Elected Officials. He serves as Chief Negotiator for the Education Support Professionals (ESPs), working hand and hand with the Broward County Public School District to ensure better salaries and working conditions to the ESP unit. ...

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Are Brown Children Treated Worse than Black Children in America?

      There is an immigration crisis in America, June 2018, and many are devastated by the treatment of Central and South American children and families. Children as young as infants and babies are being separated from their mothers and fathers, because they have entered America illegally. From a legal point of view, most immigrants are committing a misdemeanor, which is one of the lowest forms of breaking ...

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PROMISE program, under attack

PROMISE program, under attack ...

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Neighborhood Housing Services of South Florida to Make Buying a Home More Attainable to Area Renters

“But the dream is still attainable, and we have resources that can help South Florida residents realistically achieve the dream of homeownership." ...

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Black influences chat with Cox Media Execs about optics & more

JNMG CEO Jimmy Nickerson took the lead on organizing a conversation to address optics, Black management positions and how Black community Influencers can develop a working relationship with station management (not just personalities). ...

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