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A New Day At FAMU…

     For 130 years, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University has continued to defy the odds and cultivate thousands of African Americans from across the nation into rising citizens. October 3, 1887 means so much more than just FAMUs founding date, it is also a celebration of the university still standing despite the many trials and tribulations over the years. ...

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Flight Delays in April due to snow

      “Your flight has been delayed”, could just slightly frustrate anyone. “ Your flight has been delayed and we are unsure when the next one will be available,” is a statement that could ruin anyone’s entire day and trip. ...

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Libraries Director Kelvin Watson elected as a PLA Director-at-Large

Broward County Libraries Division Director Kelvin Watson has been elected as one of two new directors-at-large of the Public Libraries Association (PLA). ...

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The 2018 DBCF Conference moving forward in solidarity

We are very excited about this being an election year, and with collaboration and hard work, we can impact the ballot and public policy by building a Florida that respects the rights of all residents, access to quality healthcare, protect voting rights, address poverty, and help to create jobs. ...

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April is National Minority Health Month

Did you know that the month of April is officially recognized as National Minority Health Month? Numerous health providers work tirelessly each day to raise awareness about the health disparities that continue to affect racial and ethnic minorities ...

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MAY IS NATIONAL FOSTER CARE MONTH

May is National Foster Care Month and SOS Children’s Villages Florida is at the forefront of this movement ...

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DISTRICT 1 SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER DR. STEVE GALLON III CONGRATULATES MR. DEREK NEGRON OF CAROL CITY MIDDLE SCHOOL FOR BEING NAMED 2018 M-DCPS ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL OF THE YEAR

Dr. Steve Gallon III would like to extend congratulations to Derek Negron of Carol City Middle School on being named Assistant Principal of the Year at the DASA 2018 Principal & Assistant Principal of the Year Recognition Ceremony. ...

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God Will Force You to Evolve

  I am continuously reminded that God has a disdain for comfort zones because He specializes in building our faith by removing them. I would imagine that comfort zones look like whiteheads to God. He lets them sit there for a while, and then one day, they just must go. Pressure is applied, impurities are squeezed out, and the result is clearer skin. ...

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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Zeta Rho Omega Chapter, celebrated its 63rd anniversary

     Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Zeta Rho Omega Chapter, recently celebrated its 63rd Anniversary by honoring our charter members and presidents at our March chapter meeting. ...

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Take heed to Weather Warnings

Tornadoes touched down in Fort Lauderdale on Tuesday! (Pictured) Down tree on 7th Terrace. ...

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