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Protesters camped out at Governor Scott’s office

protesters camped out at Governor Scott’s office for 4 days ...

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Jesse Jackson: ‘There is a Trayvon in every town’

‘There is a Trayvon in every town’ ...

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Panel urges NAACP to keep up fight for Voting Rights Act

NAACP members to help them come up with evidence to convince Congress the Voting Rights Act is still needed. ...

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Gov. Scott: Prove your commitment to youth with the Trayvon Martin Act

We honor the memory of Trayvon Martin and pay respects to his family. This tragedy serves as a vivid reminder of the pain felt by youth of color in their communities, in which they are profiled, criminalized, and targeted. Unless we take action, nothing will change. The George Zimmerman verdict showed the world that Florida has no value for the life of its children.  After three days of waiting and sleeping ...

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City News: Fort Lauderdale Extends Lien Amnesty Program

Property Owners Have Through September to Take Advantage of Special Offer Fort Lauderdale - For a limited time, the City of Fort Lauderdale is offering financial relief to property owners burdened by outstanding liens.  Qualified neighbors that bring their property into compliance can clear outstanding liens at a significantly reduced rate. This special program was set to expire in June, but the Fort Lauder ...

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Investigate the racial context behind Martin’s death

Investigate the racial context behind Martin’s death ...

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Study: Blacks excluded from juries in the South

Study: Blacks excluded from juries in the South ...

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Florida Memorial University appoints its interim president

The Board of Trustees of Florida Memorial University announces the appointment of Dr. Roslyn Clark Artis as Interim President ...

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