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Zeta Rho Omega Chapter – Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated supports Miramar Family Fun Day

Zeta Rho Omega Chapter - Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated supports Miramar Family Fun Day ...

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‘Celebrity Waiters’ to work for tips at 14th annual Breakfast For Champions

“celebrity waiters” at the 14th Annual Breakfast for Champions of the Homeless event, hosted by the Broward Partnership and the Downtown Council of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce. ...

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Fifth annual ‘Light Up MLK for the Holidays’

Fifth annual 'Light Up MLK for the Holidays' ...

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FAMU announces search committee for new football coach

Florida A&M University recently announced a nine-member search committee to find its new head football coach after the mid-season firing of Earl Holmes. ...

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Don’t turn a blind eye to diabetic eye disease

Don’t turn a blind eye to diabetic eye disease Projected increase of 1.2 million among African Americans Today, diabetes affects more than 29 million people in the United States or over 9 percent of the population. In addition, another 86 million American adults, more than one out of three individuals, have pre-diabetes, a condition that puts people at increased risk for diabetes. Many African Americans are ...

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Robert L. McKinzie sworn in as Fort Lauderdale District III City Commissioner

As family, friends, and supporters proudly looked on, former Broward County Judge Zebedee Wright officiated over the swearing in ceremony of City of Fort Lauderdale District III Commissioner Robert L. McKinzie, Jr., this past Tuesday night, at the Beach Community Center. ...

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Black Americans wrestle with prospects for the future

Black Americans wrestle with prospects for the future ...

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Northwest Federated Woman’s Club and their Senior Center unveiling and blessing of their new 30 passenger bus

Northwest Federated Woman’s Club and their Senior Center unveiling and blessing of the new 30 passenger bus! A long awaited goal was recognized ...

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Microsoft chairman gifts FAMU $5 million

Florida A & M University received the largest single donation in its 127 year history from alumnus Microsoft Chairman John W. Thompson and his wife Sandi. The $5 million will provide scholarships to high performing students from low wealth families. Thompson discussed the need for diversity in the new economy. ...

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It’s A Celebration

It's A Celebration ...

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