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Juneteenth celebration in Lauderdale Lakes

The City of Lauderdale Lakes, led by Commissioner Sandra Davey, celebrated Juneteenth immediately following the Regular Commission Meeting. ...

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Amid caution, Black Church Groups join effort to bring attention to global attacks on Christians

Amid caution, Black Church Groups join effort to bring attention to global attacks on Christians ...

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Hours after officer Yanez is found not guilty in fatal shooting of Philando Castile, marchers close I-94

After 27 hours of deliberation, a jury of seven men and five women reached a verdict in Philando Castile’s death. Eight hours later, after a march in St. Paul, hundreds went on the freeway, where some faced off with police before 18 were arrested. ...

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A work in progress until completion

A work in progress until completion ...

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Overtown Youth Center’s Save Our Sons initiative receives $25,000 donation from AT&T

The nonprofit will use the AT&T contribution to support the Save Our Sons initiative. SOS was created to develop and enhance the lives of young men primarily in the Overtown community ...

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Things you should know about Lyme disease

Things you should know about Lyme disease ...

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Blackdoctor.org and OraSure launch awareness program to encourage HIV testing with the FDA approved Oraquick®In Home Test

Did you know that you can test for HIV in the privacy of your own home? The maker of the OraQuick In-Home HIV Test, the first FDA-approved in-home HIV test, is working with BlackDoctor.org, the leading destination for Black health information and news, to raise awareness of HIV home testing and encourage testing among African Americans ...

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Demands for answers after police kill pregnant Seattle mom

There were more questions than answers in the hours after Seattle police officers fatally shot a pregnant mother in her home Sunday morning. ...

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Officials: 17-year-old Muslim girl assaulted and killed after leaving Virginia mosque

The mosque, the All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS) in Sterling, and relatives identified the girl as 17-year-old Nabra Hassanen of Reston. ...

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