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The significance of Million Man March tour in Miami Martin Luther King met with the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad in 1966.  (Photo: AP/ Wide World Photos) Muhammad Ali, Feb 26, 1967. (Photo Credit: Los Angeles Times) By Janiah Adams Minister Louis Farrakhan will be speaking in Miami at Mount Zion Baptist Church on Thursday, July 30, 2015. His message is expected to center around Justice Or Else, the theme ...

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Crockett Foundation hosts seventh annual Family Health and Community Awareness Festival

Crockett Foundation host seventh Annual Family Health and Community Awareness Festival, Empowering Today’s Youth with Healthy Lifestyle Choices ...

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10 rules to help Black boys survive

Get Home Safely: 10 Rules of Survival If Stopped by the Police ...

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Congratulations to the Inductees of the Coconut Grove Sports Hall of Fame

To find the most talented premier athletes in the country then look no place further than South Florida. It’s not a secret to the rest of the country anymore because when it comes to athletics South Florida is king. There are so many talented athletes from the Tri-County area (Dade, Broward & Palm Beach) that have gone on to have professional careers that it’s commonplace. Each draft night is a local at ...

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South Florida Book Festival highlighted by nationally known social and political activist Tavis Smiley

One of the highlights of the two-day event featured National Public Radio talk show host Tavis Smiley. ...

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BCPS recognizes outstanding educators for professional accomplishments

Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) recognizes several outstanding educators for their recent contributions and professional accomplishments ...

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Is Segregation & Racism Truly Over?

Racism still alive, they just be concealing it. It’s sad that the last sentence that you read still applies today. What’s not sad is the fact that there are no more segregated schools in Florida. Better yet, there aren’t anymore legally segregated schools in the United States, so you should be thankful for that. However can you think of what it must have been like to go to a school with only once race? For ...

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