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Saving Grace: Honoring unsung heroes in the war on HIV/AIDS

The Westside Gazette, in partnership with World AIDS Museum and Educational Center, presents, "Saving Grace", a new, multimedia exhibit confronting the HIV/AIDS epidemic in our community. Sponsored by Vitas Healthcare, five unsung heroes will be honored for their fight in the war on the pandemic that has spread through our community like a wild fire out of control ...

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Miramar’s hometown military heroes recognized

In addition to the proclamation, two yellow ribbons were tied around trees at Miramar’s City Hall. The HHC 1-124 IN unit has been based in Miramar since 2011 and will be deploying later this month. ...

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DBCF’s Conference cries out to political leaders and candidates

The Democratic Black Caucus of Florida’s (DBCF) 34th Annual Conference was a call to candidates running for political office, and other political leaders to speak to issues directly impacting minority communities ...

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Black press ‘Speak to our issues’

Speak to our issues' ...

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Local couple celebrates 50th Wedding Anniversary

Henry and Leila Lumpkins of Lauderhill celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary on March 19 ...

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FAMU Alumni and supporters head to Tampa for Annual Convention and Memorial Day Weekend Festivities

FAMU Alumni and supporters head to Tampa for Annual Convention and Memorial Day Weekend Festivities ...

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48th Cinderella Ball

48th Cinderella Ball ...

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State of Black Miami forum to promote joint action on a common agenda

MIAMI-DADE – Miami-Dade County’s diverse black population shares a common heritage but seldom unites in pursuit of shared interests.  To address the need for joint action, Miami-Dade County Commission Chairman Jean Monestime – along with County Commissioners Barbara Jordan, Audrey Edmonson and Dennis Moss, and Miami City Commission Chairman Keon Hardemon – are co-hosting a free daylong forum to bring togeth ...

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Trailblazers of Broward County unveil historical monument on Sistrunk Boulevard

The Trailblazers of Broward County, an organization dedicated to preserving and promoting local African-American history and achievements, recently unveiled a long-awaited and highly anticipated historical monument at Sistrunk Park, located at 200 W. Sistrunk Blvd ...

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