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Florida NAACP invites Floridians to Get-On-The-Bus for Free to Journey for Justice Marches in South Carolina and Washington, D.C.

All Floridians are encouraged to Get-on-the-Bus to help mobilize the nation and demand a national policy agenda that protects your rights to a fair criminal justice system, access to the ballot box, sustainable jobs with a living wage, and equitable public education. ...

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Phil needs help with his education

Phil needs help with his education ...

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Playwright Kenike Miche and her Cindy’s Spirit

Playwright Kenike Miche and her Cindy’s Spirit ...

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Navy Petty Officer Monique Lee, of Fort Lauderdale, serves aboard USS Ashland (LSD 48)

Navy Petty Officer Second Class Monique Lee, from Fort Lauderdale, FL and a 2006 graduate of Hollywood Hills High School, is an Operations Specialist serving onboard the amphibious dock landing ship USS Ashland (LSD 48) since January 2015 and is forward-deployed to Sasebo, Japan. Her parents are Pamela Orange and Anthony Lee. ...

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NUL holds 2015 Conference in Fort Lauderdale

Thousands of Urban League members from across the country representing some of the best and brightest minds in America, gathered in Fort Lauderdale along with local citizenry from South Florida to participate in the Urban League’s National Conference ...

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Fifth Annual Walker Family Appreciation Day continues family tradition

The Fifth Annual Walker Family Appreciation Day is planned for Saturday, Aug. 8, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m., at the store located at 1217 N.W. Sistrunk Blvd. Refreshments will be served free of charge. ...

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FAMU research momentum increases awards

Florida A & M University began the new fiscal year with a marked increase in research awards ...

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A circle of cooks and a taste of comfort!

On the evening of July 18, 2015, the South Florida Chef Smackdown was the delicious finale for the South Florida Book Festival ...

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STAR 94.5, church leaders, social justice organizations, and minority media form a united front

STAR 94.5 News/Community Affairs director, organized and spearheaded a group of community representatives at a historical Orlando Leadership luncheon. ...

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