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Maxwell: Consider mature voices on future of Florida A&M’s band

Like thousands of other African-Americans of my generation who attended Florida's public schools, I never missed an opportunity to see the Marching 100, Florida A&M University's famous band. — And like many of my contemporaries, I regret the band's fall from grace in the wake of last year's hazing death of drum major Robert Champion. The band is under indefinite suspension until FAMU's interim president ...

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City of Lauderhill Food and Toy Drive to Assist Residents in Need

The Lauderhill Fire-Rescue, Police, and Parks and Leisure Services Departments have joined together to help our residents in need during the Holiday Season.  We are currentlycollecting food and toys if you would like to help your neighbors.   We are accepting new unwrapped toys and non-perishable food items as well as cash donations until Tuesday, December 18, 2012.   You may bring these donations ...

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HIV/AIDS in Black America: The Uphill Battle

HIV/AIDS in Black America: The Uphill Battle ...

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Hanging up my Superman Cape

A straight Black male gets real about getting tested. ...

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Miami Dolphins continue longstanding tradition by impacting over 10,000 people through Thanksgiving Meal Distribution

The Miami Dolphins and Feeding South Florida hosted multiple special food giveaways at Doctors Hospital Training Facility at Nova Southeastern University, Sun Life Stadium, Miami-Dade County Hall and Oak Grove Park at Little Haiti where participants from Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties received much needed food for the Thanksgiving holiday season. In all, more than 900 meals were distributed and ...

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Infant Mortality: Ways to combat premature deaths

Infant mortality is the number of infants who die during their first year of life and is measured by the number of deaths per 1,000 live births ...

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The Newly elected members of the Executive Board for 2012-13 of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc

The Newly elected members of the Executive Board for 2012-13 of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc ...

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Black Male mentoring program making a difference in the lives of South Florida youth

In a recent interview with Steve White the founder of From Black Boy to Black Man: What Does It Take? a personal development program for Black males ages 12 and up, White said that from the time he was a child he was aware of the spiritual calling that God placed on his life to uplift the condition of Black people. And so in 1993 he started the Black Male mentoring program. ...

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HOPE Fair Housing Center files housing discrimination lawsuit

HOPE investigator acting as a tester, uncovered the discrepancies that led to the discrimination lawsuit. ...

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Transforming local girl into a leadHers

At God’s Gift, a Fort Lauderdale based nonprofit organization for girls, fighting for the empowerment of world is the ultimate idea of leadership which spawned, “Transforming Tomorrow’s LeadHers ...

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