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MIAMI DADE COLLEGE OFFERS POPULAR HISTORY OF MIAMI CLASS

MIAMI – Ever wonder how the Great Depression impacted South Florida? Or the significance of the Tequesta Indians to the area? A new class being offered at Miami Dade College will allow history lovers to learn more about the Magic City. The Miami and South Florida History (AMH 2079) class will be offered at the Miami Dade College (MDC) Wolfson Campus on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from May 10 through June ...

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LIVING WAGE AMENDMENT APPROVED BY COMMISSION

PHOTOS COURTESY OF MIAMIDADE.GOV MIAMI – The Miami-Dade County Commission overwhelmingly passed an amendment to the Living Wage Ordinance on April 5 that increases wages to offset rising health care costs. The amendment, which passed on a 12-1 vote, will likely enable thousands of Miami-Dade contracted employees to have access to affordable healthcare for the first time in 15 years. The push for the amendme ...

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The World AIDS Museum & Educational Center, Vitas Healthcare, and The Westside Gazette presents, ‘Saving Grace’, a multimedia exhibit on the impact HIV/AIDS has had on the Black community

‘Saving Grace’, a multimedia exhibit on the impact HIV/AIDS has had on the Black community ...

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Saving Grace: Honoring unsung heroes in the war on HIV/AIDS

The Westside Gazette, in partnership with World AIDS Museum and Educational Center, presents, "Saving Grace", a new, multimedia exhibit confronting the HIV/AIDS epidemic in our community. Sponsored by Vitas Healthcare, five unsung heroes will be honored for their fight in the war on the pandemic that has spread through our community like a wild fire out of control ...

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Miramar’s hometown military heroes recognized

In addition to the proclamation, two yellow ribbons were tied around trees at Miramar’s City Hall. The HHC 1-124 IN unit has been based in Miramar since 2011 and will be deploying later this month. ...

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DBCF’s Conference cries out to political leaders and candidates

The Democratic Black Caucus of Florida’s (DBCF) 34th Annual Conference was a call to candidates running for political office, and other political leaders to speak to issues directly impacting minority communities ...

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Black press ‘Speak to our issues’

Speak to our issues' ...

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Local couple celebrates 50th Wedding Anniversary

Henry and Leila Lumpkins of Lauderhill celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary on March 19 ...

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FAMU Alumni and supporters head to Tampa for Annual Convention and Memorial Day Weekend Festivities

FAMU Alumni and supporters head to Tampa for Annual Convention and Memorial Day Weekend Festivities ...

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