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Fort Lauderdale extends lien amnesty program

Fort Lauderdale City Commission voted yesterday to extend the program through September to give property owners more time to settle Code Enforcement Liens for less than face value ...

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Broward Commissioner budgets for one week on minimum wage salary

Broward County Commissioner Martin David Kiar began the week shopping at the grocery store on his self-imposed minimum wage salary. ...

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Urban League of Broward County receives $300,000 gift from Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo, a longtime supporter of the Urban League of Broward County, made a $300,000 contribution towards the Urban League’s capital campaign project ...

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Finally, the Barack Obama I voted for

He spoke with passion, without the aid of a TelePrompTer or notes, about what it’s really like to be a Black man in America. ...

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Dynamic South Florida Book Festival on July 26 and 27, 2013 at AARLCC

South Florida Book Festival hosted by the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center (AARLCC) ...

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Brother of Trayvon Martin lands internship in The Office of Florida Congresswoman

Jahvaris Fulton is currently working as an intern in the office of Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL). A spokesperson for Rep. Wilson’s office confirmed that Fulton is a member of the 5000 Role Models of Excellence Project. ...

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Blacks who stand their ground often imprisoned

Blacks who stand their ground often imprisoned ...

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Young African-American males culminate FAMU’s summer program especially tailored for them

More than 50 young African-American males participated in the FAMU Black Male College Explorers Program this summer ...

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Five ‘Stand Your Ground’ cases you should know about

Five ‘Stand Your Ground’ cases you should know about ...

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