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Local leader rises to the top

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Governor Scott restarts voter purge in Florida

Governor Scott restarts voter purge in Florida ...

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Orlando documentary raises high blood ressure awareness

Orlando documentary that highlights prominent, local citizens who are recovering stroke survivors. The documentary “High Blood Pressure: A State of Emergency in the African-American Community” reveals strokes as a “Silent Killer” and urges the community toward a new paradigm of prevention. ...

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Historic service organization inducts eight community leaders

On the eve of 40 years of service to this community, the Links Incorporated, Fort Lauderdale Chapter inducted eight prominent community leaders on June 9, 2013. ...

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Black women weigh in on Zimmerman’s impending divorce

Black American women took notice when George Zimmerman’s estranged wife, Shellie, filed for divorce. ...

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Florida man saves Detroit Jazz Festival

Fenderson saved the 2013 festival from getting buried in negative coverage and publicity by trying to soothe media wounds caused by poor media relations by the festival’s media coordinators. ...

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Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) Town Hall

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TITLE I PARENT ORIENTATION 2013

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Obama: Economic fairness our ‘Great unfinished Business’

After repeatedly praising Dr. Martin Luther King., Jr., for leading a movement in the 1950s and 1960s that demolished America’s apartheid-like treatment of African-Americans ...

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Unbelievable: Dunkin Donuts uses Black face to advertise charcoal doughnut

Human Rights Watch, a well-known human rights group, is outraged by Dunkin’ Donuts for releasing a “bizarre and racist” advertisement for their new chocolate doughnut — “Charcoal doughnut.” ...

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