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Delores Y. McKinley re-elected International Treasurer of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Delores Y. McKinley, was re-elected to the top financial position of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., the nation’s oldest sorority founded by college-trained African American women, during a conference in San Francisco, Cali. ...

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Women of Color Leaders Unite for Second Annual Leadership Conference

South Florida Women of Color community leaders met on Saturday, August 11, 2012 for the 2nd Annual Women of Color Empowerment Conference. ...

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Scott: A new message on testing?

As students return to school in many parts of the state this week, some will no doubt already be thinking about tests. ...

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Voting battle continues after court ruling

Monday (Aug. 20, 2012) four days after a three-judge federal panel rejected a move to reduce the number of days of early voting in five counties. ...

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Rep. Thurston calls on Governor Scott to ensure 2012 Presidential Election doesn’t disenfranchise Florida voters

“Voter Suppression Act,” which restricts the number of early-voting days in Florida, House Democratic Leader-designate Perry Thurston today issued a statement on behalf of the Florida House Democratic Caucus ...

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Comprehensive eye exams and glasses if necessary, for Florida public school students

The Florida Heiken Children’s Vision Program is offering comprehensive eye exams and glasses if necessary, for Florida public school students in your county who qualify to participate. This program is available at no cost to you or your child’s school ...

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Pink slip Governor Rick Scott, says Florida Watch Action organization

Florida Watch Action is a non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening the progressive movement in Florida ...

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Weekly roundup: Teams picked, eyes turn to November

Florida's political parties this week named their respective teams for the upcoming general election as primaries separated the no longer hopefuls from the standard bearers. ...

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State ask for approval of early voting changes

Attorneys for the state have asked a federal court to approve a change in early-voting hours in Collier, Hardee, Hendry and Hillsborough counties --- but appeared to stop short of asking for that same approval in Monroe County, where a controversy has flared about the issue. The state filed documents in federal court in the District of Columbia on Wednesday seeking approval to use eight, 12-hour days of ear ...

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