African American Voters Face Old and New Challenges Heading into 2020 Election

Each election cycle African Americans journey to the polls to elect leaders that best represent their vision and hope for America. Many approach the ritual with sincere reverence, remembering the priceless blood that was shed and giving thanks for God ordained warriors such as Medgar Evers, Fannie Lou Hamer, and three college students named Chaney, Goodman and Schwerner, who paved the way for our participation. Some approach from a standpoint of moral obligation. Their justification: Good people are civically responsible, and since they’re a good person… well, you get the point. […]

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Foundation honors the memory of Commissioner Carlton B. Moore with Friends and Family in the Park

    Carlton B. Moore, who served on the Fort Lauderdale City Commission for more than 20 years, was 60-years-old when he died on April 2, 2014, from the complications of a stroke he suffered on Christmas Day, 2013. His dedication to public service and his mother’s commitment to the community’s youth will intersect on Saturday, August 24, during the first annual Carlton B. Moore Friends and Family Day at Osswald Park, 2220 NW 21st Ave., in Fort Lauderdale. […]