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Pompano Beach Hosts 8th Annual Light Up MLK Historic Ali Cultural Arts Hosts Concert After Tree Lighting Ceremony

The Ali Location: Annie Adderly Gillis Park, MLK Boulevard and Historic Ali Cultural Art, free event featuring live local musical performances, a new MLK Holiday Market, a beautiful tree lighting ceremony and exciting before-and after-events at Historic Ali Cultural Arts. ...

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Tampa Bay Times to Florida Delegation: Congress must help Haitians being forced out of U.S. by Trump

A Tampa Bay Times editorial condemns Trump’s decision to terminate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 50,000 Haitians living in the United States, including over 32,000 living in Florida. ...

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Wondering if small, local and minority owned businesses got their fair share of Black Friday Dollars…

However, after personally spending most of my Black Friday money with major department stores, I asked myself, if there was truly a place for small, local and minority owned businesses during Black Friday weekend… ...

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Holness Pushes to Keep People Out of Jail

Holness Pushes to Keep People Out of Jail ...

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Congresswoman Wilson Calls for House Investigation of Nursing Home Deaths and Stronger HHS Regulations to Protect Seniors

Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson is calling on the House Committee on Ways and Means to conduct a comprehensive investigation. ...

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Miami Dolphins and Publix partner for 15th year to host 125 students at Kids and Fins shopping spree

The Miami Dolphins and Publix came together to take 125 students from four schools in the tri-county area shopping for Thanksgiving meals. ...

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FPL engineers engage with students at SECME event featuring a generator-building exercise

Florida Power & Light Company (FPL), tests the amount of voltage created by a handmade electric generator as part of the SECME generator build event ...

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Hi my name is Roger DeHart

Hi my name is Roger DeHart and I live in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. On March 31, 2018 I am doing a walk from Fort Lauderdale, Fla to Washington D.C. ...

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Florida Memorial University Journalism Students Awarded Grant by NASCAR Foundation

The Florida Memorial University chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ-FMU) has been awarded a $5,000 grant from the NASCAR Foundation. ...

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Statement from an Haitian TPS Recipient

In the aftermath of DHS decision regarding TPS designation for Haiti granting an extension of 18 months which will expire on July 22, 2019, it seems many have misunderstood the request of Haitian TPS recipients and Immigrants advocacy organizations to the Trump administration. ...

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