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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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Make-A-Wish Foundation helps make local teen’s wish come true

Yahshua Holland’s wish to meet Comedic Actor Steve Harvey was granted. ...

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Spoon’s continues to stir up goodness in their pots

Originating in 1996, Spoon's, an African-American family owned restaurant, has served soul food in Fort Lauderdale for over 15 years. Spoon's restaurant is known for serving rare mixtures of southern cuisine dishes in South Florida. ...

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To benefit child to parent Violence/Abuse Awareness

On July 11, 2015, our organization, The Morning After Center for Hope and Healing, Inc. (TMAC), held its first annual Riding4Rose, a fundfraising cycling event named for Rosemary Slaughter-Pate. ...

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The Jungle Queen not just Florida famous it’s world famous

The Jungle Queen not just Florida famous it’s world famous ...

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Police convictions difficult to come by

Police convictions difficult to come by ...

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Mom swings bat at Black kids, says “I’ll hang your family from my tree”

And now a Florida woman is facing multiple charges for not only chasing Black kids with a bat, but telling them that she would “hang your family from my tree.” ...

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