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Black Taxi Cab

They own and operated the first Black taxi service and were members of Mount Hermon AME Church ...

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Board a boat and shuttle

There was no road to the new segregated beach; Black citizens had to board a boat and shuttle from the mainland across the Intracoastal Waterway to the isolated and undeveloped barrier island south of the Port Everglades inlet which is now called the Von D. Mizell and Eula Johnson State Park. ...

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Big Bertha, Dillard High Schools

Big Bertha, Dillard High Schools sole means of transportation for athletes and students ...

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A model T Ford was used to ferry white children to Broward County schools

“There was a great deal of bussing for white students, but it was all walking for the Black children,“ Louis Benton recalled. ...

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Jan Ernst Matzeliger (Sept. 15, 1852 – Aug. 24, 1889) was a revolutionary in the shoe industry with the invention of the lasting machine.

Jan Ernst Matzeliger (Sept. 15, 1852 – Aug. 24, 1889) was a revolutionary in the shoe industry with the invention of the lasting machine. ...

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Florida Department of Health in Broward County

Walking is a great way to get the 150 minutes of moderate exercise we all need every week for good health, but if you want to raise the bar, consider jogging. ...

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Commentary

Commentary ...

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Radio Host Thinks Misbehavior same as Slavery

Augusta, Georgia radio host, Austin Rhodes, is against renaming the John C. Calhoun expressway. During his February 7, 2018 radio show, Rhodes suggested John C. Calhoun, a slave owner and staunch defender of slavery, is no worse than James Brown because of his well publicized misbehavior. ...

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‘The Chi’

‘The Chi’ ...

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