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Historical: National Future Farmers Organization Votes In Its First Black Female President

A student at California State University has just entered into American records after she became the first Black woman to be voted in as the president of the ‘Future Farmers of America’ group. ...

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Broward Health’s ‘independent’ probe led by law firms with undisclosed ties to Gov. Scott

When Broward Health General Counsel Lynn Barrett started an “independent” investigation that led to last December’s ouster of popular hospital district President/CEO Pauline Grant, the two law firms she retained to investigate and advise about Grant had deep, undisclosed ties to Gov. Rick Scott. ...

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Congressional Sistas Unite At Women’s Power Luncheon and Slay Donald Trump

Congresswoman Bonnie Watson-Coleman of the 12th District of New Jersey hosted her third Women’s Power Luncheon in Princeton, New Jersey at the Westin Hotel on October 31, 2017. ...

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UPDATE: Officials ID shooter after he killed at least 26 in South Texas Church

The man responsible for the deadly shooting at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, has been identified as Devin Kelley. It’s being reported that he has killed at least 26 people — ranging in age from 5 to 72-years-old — and wounded 20, authorities say. ...

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Garth Reeves keeps his fighting spirit, 98 isn’t a bad number

Garth Reeves still remembers those times. He led the movement to rid of these obstacles, he still feels the community still has much to do. Reeves is a long time editor of the Miami Times, South Florida’s premier Black newspaper. ...

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Black Owned Businesses Matter says Social Media guru

36-year-old Rochelle Davis-Cox, MAEd has come aboard to serve as the Strategic Marketing Coordinator for the newspaper in hopes to regain the business between community and Black owned businesses. Born and raised in Broward County has always dreamed of bringing change to her community. ...

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“A Civil War Christmas: An American Musical Celebration”

“A Civil War Christmas: An American Musical Celebration” written by Pulitzer Prize winner Paula Vogel this December 2017 at the Pompano Beach Cultural Center! ...

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Partnership to expand HIV medical and support services to Broward County

Broward House and CAN will now provide individuals the opportunity to receive medical care, mental health support, substance abuse treatment, case management and housing in addition to providing testing and prevention programs for HIV, STD’s and Hepatitis C in a collaborative care model. ...

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How the CHIP stalemate hurts Black children

A program that provides a safety net for more than 8 million children, and more than half of all Black children, has become the latest casualty in the war to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACT). ...

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