Feature

Honoring the courage of residents who worked to “right a wrong” – West Lawn Cemetery

     Three courageous and caring City of Hollywood residents banded together and worked to ensure that the remains of these individuals were finally treated with honor and decency. Their efforts were successful, and in1986 a monument was erected to restore dignity to those whose graves were disturbed. That same year, City officials renamed the grounds West Lawn Cemetery. […]

Local News

The African American Vote:

Ever since delegates settled on a three-fifths compromise, African Americans have been a quandary for America’s political system. The power of the African American voting bloc is unparalleled. Unlike any other demographic group, it has the capacity to sway the outcome of most national or state elections. […]

Local News

BSO Welcome new PO

   The Broward Sheriff’s Office is pleased to welcome Robyn Hankerson to the Public Information Office. Hankerson brings a diverse portfolio of experience in communications, marketing and community outreach.  […]

Entertainment

These young leaders are ‘Making A Difference

‘Making A Difference’ and their stars are shining brightly as this year’s BLACK GIRLS ROCK! M.A.D. Girls. Meet voting rights activist and entrepreneur Winter Breeanne (@winterbreeanne), author, journalist, and speaker Chanice Lee (@chanicealee), and environmental activist Mari “Little Miss Flint” Copeny (@littlemissflint). […]

Local News

SOUTH FLORIDA INSTITUTE ON AGING LAUNCHES NEW PROGRAM TO TRAIN OLDER ADULTS IN UPDATING WORKFORCE SKILLS WHILE HELPING LOCAL NON-PROFITS

The South Florida Institute on Aging (SoFIA) is launching SoFIA Fellows, a new program that will harness the power of an older workforce to help nonprofit organizations of South Florida achieve their missions while also providing older adults with an expanded social network, an increased sense of purpose, and updated workforce skills. […]