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The Broward Center for the Performing Arts announces a conversation with President Bill Clinton and James Patterson

The Broward Center for the Performing Arts announces President Bill Clinton and best-selling author James Patterson will be in the Au-Rene Theater on Tuesday, June 12 at 8 p.m. for a wide-ranging conversation as they discuss their forth-coming novel, The President is Missing (on sale June 4).  ...

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Pioneer of the Civil Rights Movement Claudette Colvin

Pioneer of the Civil Rights Movement Claudette Colvin ...

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North America’s Leading Children’s & Maternity Consignment Sale Event

Just Between Friends (“JBF”) is North America’s Leading children’s and maternity consignment sales event.  JBF provides an amazing opportunity to purchase a from a huge assortment of items at 50 – 90% off retail, make extra money, clean out your closets and support a local charity.  ...

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Pioneering Black choreographer, director Donald McKayle dies

Donald McKayle, a modern dancer and choreographer who brought the Black experience in America to the Broadway stage in musicals such as “Raisin” and “Sophisticated Ladies,” has died. He was 87. ...

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Erik Spoelstra pushes Josh Richardson for NBA All-Defensive

     But coach Erik Spoelstra has made an exception this season, to at least draw further inspection to the qualifications of swingman Josh Richardson for one of the two NBA All-Defensive teams. ...

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Energizing your volunteer leadership

Energizing your volunteer leadership ...

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Civil Rights Lawyer Mario Williams rises from Peace Corps to sue White Supremacists

Civil Rights Lawyer Mario Williams rises from Peace Corps to sue White Supremacists ...

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Before the start of Cosby’s sexual assault trail, at least one juror says he’s guilty

Attorneys representing Bill Cosby are trying to convince Judge Steven O’Neill to dismiss a newly-minted juror, because he proclaimed that the comedian is guilty. ...

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Washington Supreme Court is First in Nation to Adopt Rule to Reduce Implicit Racial Bias in Jury Selection

The Washington Supreme Court on April 5 became the first court in the nation to adopt a court rule aimed at eliminating both implicit and intentional racial bias in jury selection. General Rule 37 will take effect at the end of April and will apply to all jury trials, civil and criminal, throughout the state. ...

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Who are you listening to?

Who are you listening to? ...

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