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FMU Law and Government Students interviewed by Florida State University Law School

On Thursday, Aug. 23, 11 Florida Memorial University Law and Government undergraduate students were personally interviewed by Mrs. Lydia Florence, Assistant Director of Enrollment and Diversity Initiatives at the Florida State University College of Law. ...

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Miami Dolphins Surprise Booker T. Washington High School Football Team with Equipment Donation

The Miami Dolphins today surprised the Booker T. Washington High School football team with equipment for its program. The donated equipment included Junior Dolphins branded shirts, Gatorade coolers, blocking shields, medicine balls, ropes and cleats ...

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Leroy and Rosetta Change celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary, July 27, 2018

Leroy and Rosetta Change celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary, July 27, 2018 at Crystal Dream Banquet Hall in Sunrise, Florida. ...

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Hey Sus: We good? Then, let’s take a selfie!

After 36 years of being on earth, wisdom has finally revealed to me that it is okay for friendships to change as we age. Year after year, I fine tune my friendship circle evolving and pruning where necessary. Losing old friends and embracing new ones can be disheartening, especially when Facebook memories reveal relationships that were once so deep yesterday that cease to exist today. ...

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Coalition responds to Sec. DeVos Considering Arming Teachers

In response to reports on Wednesday that U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is considering allowing federal funding to be used to purchase guns for teachers, the Florida Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence strongly opposes this dangerous and misguided proposal. ...

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African American Judge Tells his Inspirational story in New Memoir, “From Fields To Courts”

His new book, From Fields to Courts, was written to inspire and inform its readers that regardless of the challenging circumstances and adversity in your life, whatever you can conceive and believe, you can achieve. ...

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Pie & Politics: The Westside Gazette Editorial Board’s 2nd Annual Sweet Potato Pie, Politics, and Ice Cream

Two such institutions in Broward County took on this charge, holding an informative gathering where state and local candidates had the opportunity to speak directly to Black voters. The Westside Gazette Editorial Board’s 2nd Annual Sweet Potato Pie, Politics, and Ice Cream event was held at the historical Mount Hermon AME Church in Fort Lauderdale on August 18th. ...

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Progressive Organizations Announce Coordinated Commitment of Resources to Andrew Gillum’s Historic Run for Governor 

Recently, a coalition of eight local and national progressive organizations announced a collective commitment of resources in the final week of Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum’s historic primary campaign for Governor, investing over three million dollars to reach over three million voters with their efforts. ...

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NBC Links bring Cece Winans & Donnie Simpson to the 2018 Emerald Luncheon 

     The afternoon will include a preevent reception for our sponsors and special guests featuring champagne, hors d’oeuvres and a meet-and-greet with award-winning singer/ songwriter/ author/actress, CeCe Winans and hosted by legendary radio/tv icon, Donnie Simpson. ...

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Senator Perry E. Thurston, Jr. and Mayor Elect Ken Thurston hosted the 7th Annual Back to School Free Haircut Event

Senator Perry E. Thurston, Jr. (D-Fort Lauderdale) and Mayor Elect Ken Thurston (Lauderhill) held their 7th Annual Back to School Free Haircut Event this past Monday, August 13th, 2018 ...

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