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Congresswoman Wilson invited to testify at U.S. Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing, ‘Haiti: Is U.S. AID Effective?’

Congresswoman Wilson invited to testify at U.S. Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing, ‘Haiti: Is U.S. AID Effective?’ ...

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Miami city commission candidates debate in upper eastside

Four candidates vying for the city of Miami’s District 5 seat currently held by term limited Commissioner Michelle Spence Jones debated the issues at a forum hosted by the Belle Meade Homeowners Association in Miami’s Upper Eastside ...

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Redemption? What does the future hold for Kwame Kilpatrick?

[caption id="attachment_19356" align="alignleft" width="144"] Kwame Kilpatrick[/caption] Redemption? What does the future hold for Kwame Kilpatrick? By Cheryl Smith His story was one made for Lifetime Television. There was sex, corruption, drugs, alcohol, and some say, murder. The media followed this story for years and even with recent reports, this story is long from over. The first time that I met Kwame ...

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Community mourns the passing of Dr. Mack King Carter

Community mourns the passing of Dr. Mack King Carter ...

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NNPA/HBCU signs MOU

Texas Southern sign Internship MOU ...

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Chevy Chase Bank to pay minority borrowers $2.85 million

Chevy Chase Bank agreed to pay $2.85 million to Black and Latino borrowers, following allegations of discriminatory home lending practices ...

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AARLCC and the Smithsonian present ‘Save Our African – American Treasures’ Oct. 26-27

AARLCC and the Smithsonian present ‘Save Our African – American Treasures ...

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SUPERINTENDENT OF THE YEAR BY FLORIDA VIRTUAL SCHOOL

Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) Superintendent Robert W. Runcie is being recognized by Florida Virtual School as Superintendent of the Year. ...

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Florida’s Rights Restoration Laws leave over a million Floridians in legal limbo

Florida’s Rights Restoration Laws leave over a million Floridians in legal limbo ...

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Is FDOT the MBE’s Economic Enemy?

Today, many of Florida’s minority owned business owners are up in arms about the way FDOT is using “government magic” to keep qualified Black and other minority businesses from participating in purchasing contracts at the huge state agency with a budget of more than $9 billion. ...

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