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In 2014 election Governor Scott is now an insider

[caption id="attachment_22885" align="alignleft" width="144"] Governor Rick Scott[/caption] In 2014 election Governor Scott is now an insider By Roger Caldwell In four years, if you keep your nose clean, and support conservative principles, you can become an insider in the Republican Party. Once you are an insider, the party will spend and give you money for your campaign. The first time our governor spent ...

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NSU’s African Presence Art Exhibition kicks off Black History Month

The celebration of Black History Month 2014 at NSU kicked off last week with the opening reception of the 11th Annual African Presence Art Exhibition. ...

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Black meetings making history in Greater Fort Lauderdale

Black meetings making history in Greater Fort Lauderdale ...

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Impact Girls have their first ‘Power Lunch’ at the Chef’s Palette

For their first ‘power lunch’, Impact Girls in grades K-Third received a taste of the culinary experience and a scrumptious three-course meal at the Chef’s Palette prepared and served by 17 students at The International Culinary School. ...

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Former FAMU Cheerleader makes NBA All-Star Dance Squad

Former FAMU Cheerleader makes NBA All-Star Dance Squad ...

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BTW: The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree

The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree ...

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Lauderdale Lakes City Manager gets a good evaluation

Lauderdale Lakes City Manager gets a good evaluation ...

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Lee Daniels to speak at the Lauderhill MLK Gala

The City of Lauderhill and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Task Force are happy to announce the MLK Gala previously scheduled for Jan. 18th featuring Screenwriter, Producer, Director Lee Daniels, has been rescheduled during Black History Month ...

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Black Meetings Making History in Greater Fort Lauderdale

By Kitty Oliver   Broward County turns 100 years old in 2015, marking a century of dramatic racial and economic change for African Americans.  In that time the area has evolved from a rustic, almost uninhabitable frontier into the most diverse multi-ethnic urban area in the country, rivaling Queens County, NY. Milestones of local progress include the planned transformation of the Sistrunk Corridor in F ...

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CHAIRMAN’S ALERT – Floyd Adams, Jr. Information

Mayor Floyd Adams, Jr. The People’s Mayor                The Honorable Floyd Adams, Jr. was born in Savannah, Georgia, on May 11, 1945, to Floyd “Pressboy” Adams, Sr. and Wilhelmina Anderson Adams. He was the second child and first son of their family.                He is a 1963 graduate of St. Pius X Catholic School. He attended Brooklyn College in Brooklyn, New York and Armstrong State College, (now Arms ...

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