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In South Dakota, teachers can now carry guns to school

Though some states have provisions in their gun laws allowing teachers to carry firearms in the classroom, South Dakota is the first to actually pass the law which will go into effect July 1 ...

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Unemployment may worsen for Black workers

We should be worried for Black workers, because of the hit to the public sector and because of the weak job growth overall ...

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Statement by Florida Legislative Black Caucus Chair Arthenia Joyner on governor’s decision to challenge latest drug testing ruling

following statement on Tuesday (Feb. 26, 2013) following the announcement by Republican Governor Rick Scott that he will appeal his latest court loss on mandatory drug testing of welfare recipients: ...

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Representative Watson files legislation to prohibit purchases of firearms by the mentally ill

Florida State Rep. Barbara Watson has been consulting with subject matter experts from the Florida Supreme Court Mental Health Task Force, the National Rifle Association, and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement to further enhance Florida’s ability to keep persons with mental illnesses who are known to be a danger to themselves or others from purchasing fire-arms in Florida ...

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Disney on Ice presents Dare to Dream is coming to South Florida, March 21-31

Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream, an all-new live production arriving in South Florida for the first time ever! Relive memorable moments from Tangled, The Princess and the Frog and Cinderella, as a cast of world-class skaters brings the romance, humor and adventure of the films to life in this contemporary skating spectacular ...

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J.C. Watts’ 24-hour Black news channel forms partnership with Florida A&M University

Black Television News Channel (BTNC) with Florida A&M’s School of Journalism & Graphic Communication (SJGC), bringing a 24-hour news channel to the university ...

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Congresswoman Frederica Wilson urges students to apply for Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Scholarship

Congressional Black Caucus Foundation is now accepting applications for the CBCF Spouses. ...

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I Was A Slave: Plantation Life

Plantation Life ...

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A woman’s unwavering faith becomes reality

But through her sickness, her mother never gave up on her faith and taught Elizabeth to maintain her faith and devotion to God ...

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Governor Rick Scott, Superintendent Bob Runcie and 8 of the 9 Leading Ladies of the Broward County School Board.

The Governor presented a 15 million dollar check to Broward County Schools ...

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