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  Greatness can be seen from a mile away. Dillard has decided to name the track after Coach Robert Green. From a shotgun house in Fort Myers to having a track named after him at Dillard, coach Robert Green has come a long way. ...

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Florida Black Owned Media Collaborates With Black Political Structure In Central Florida

Florida Black Owned Media Collaborates with Black Political Structure In Central Florida ...

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Love Equals an Empty Tomb

Love Equals an Empty Tomb ...

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Jonathan Watkins named new CEO of Broward Health Imperial Point

Jonathan E. Watkins, MPA, FACHE, has been named chief executive officer of Broward Health Imperial Point (BHIP). ...

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When Black Women Go High, So Do their Men

When Black Women Go High, So Do their Men ...

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WHAT A JOYOUS DAY THIS WAS : MARCH 15, 2018

I had the honor of witnessing my baby girl, Destané Henry, a junior at Fort Lauderdale High School, receive her 2019 Class Ring. ...

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A journalist is missing in Haiti. His wife wants to know: Where is the outcry?

       The last time Fleurette Guerrier spoke to her husband, Vladjimir Legagneur, the Haitian photojournalist told her he was busy but fine. ...

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We in the Black community must vote like our lives depend on it … because they just might

We in the Black community must vote like our lives depend on it … because they just might ...

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Going after what you want in life with Laila Ali

Women’s History Month by hosting four time boxing champion and daughter of Muhammad Ali, Laila Ali, for the Broward College Speaker Series. “I love giving speeches; it is something that comes natural to me. I am honored that Broward College invited me to be a part of their series that they have been doing for six years,” said Laila Ali. ...

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After 23 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, Nevest Coleman is rehired by the White Sox

      Nevest Coleman worked for the Chicago White Sox when he was charged for a crime he did not commit. The Chicago man was convicted in 1997 for rape and murder and almost faced the death penalty according to the Chicago Tribune. After serving 23 years in prison, he was finally released last year when DNA testing proved his innocence. ...

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