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Growing College Town

     The Tallahassee area has grown significantly, especially with the new addition of “College Town”.  Located centrally between Florida State University and Florida A&M University, College Town offers food, housing, and activities. Dozens of businesses line the streets and the close proximity of both universities makes the area walker friendly. ...

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Growing Small Business in Tallahassee, Florida

     Starting any business is never easy, but sisters Tiffany Quach and Alisha Tran decided to take the risk back in 2015. Luxury nail salon, Bellezza Beauty Bar, opened its doors in February of 2015, being one of the two businesses on the block at the new Luxe location. Things have definitely changed since the grand opening of the business with Tallahassee college town growing around it. ...

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A New Day At FAMU…

     For 130 years, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University has continued to defy the odds and cultivate thousands of African Americans from across the nation into rising citizens. October 3, 1887 means so much more than just FAMUs founding date, it is also a celebration of the university still standing despite the many trials and tribulations over the years. ...

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Flight Delays in April due to snow

      “Your flight has been delayed”, could just slightly frustrate anyone. “ Your flight has been delayed and we are unsure when the next one will be available,” is a statement that could ruin anyone’s entire day and trip. ...

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Libraries Director Kelvin Watson elected as a PLA Director-at-Large

Broward County Libraries Division Director Kelvin Watson has been elected as one of two new directors-at-large of the Public Libraries Association (PLA). ...

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ESSA demands full transparency on K-12 educational funding

     Public school systems throughout the nation will now be required to be a lot more transparent when it comes to school funding. ...

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NAACP joins in Connecting Civil Rights legacies of the past and present with ‘I AM’ Campaign, while saluting Memphis Sanitation Workers on MLK 50th Anniversary

Last week marked the solemn 50th anniversary of Dr. King’s assassination in 1968, as well as the historic Memphis Sanitation Worker’s Strike. Beginning April 2nd through 4th, these groups and more all came together to successfully participate in the I AM 2018, a campaign and series of activities conceived not just to commemorate watershed events, but also to connect the legacies of King, and the strikers an ...

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NNPA NATIONAL BLACK VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE BEGINS IN N.C.

     The campaign will focus on an aggressive voter registration drive, community-level education on important issues, and a mobilization effort—all designed to reach young, Black eligible voters. ...

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Where do we go from here? We must get on the BUS!

A Message From Our Publisher  Where do we go from here? We must get on the BUS! But whoever has the world’s goods, and sees his brother in need and closes his heart against him, how does the love of God abide in him? John 3:17 (NASB) By Bobby R. Henry, Sr. “Feeble reactions are destructive and are problematic emotional states that destabilize effective functioning. When we are at that point, devastation is ...

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The 2018 DBCF Conference moving forward in solidarity

We are very excited about this being an election year, and with collaboration and hard work, we can impact the ballot and public policy by building a Florida that respects the rights of all residents, access to quality healthcare, protect voting rights, address poverty, and help to create jobs. ...

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