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Calling all FUTURE Gators!

  Calling all FUTURE Gators! Please complete the application below and submit it for consideration for one of sixteen Broward County Gator Club $1,500.00 Scholarships that will be awarded in 2013!  Instructions, requirements and guidelines are included on the Application.  You must be a graduating Broward County High School Senior, accepted, and soon to be attending the University of Florida the upcomi ...

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Broward County Public Schools to Hold Educational Re-Engagement Fair “It’s Not Too Late to Graduate”

WHO:     Broward County Public Schools, Student Services Department   WHAT: Ninth Educational Re-Engagement Fair – an outreach effort to help individuals of all ages who left school before earning a diploma   WHEN: Saturday, February 2, 2013, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.   WHERE: McFatter Technical Center, 6500 Nova Drive, Davie   WHY:     Broward County Public Schools is hosting its ninth Educationa ...

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Statisticians Baffled: 91-Yr Old Granny Wins Lottery Twice in Two Months

If you live long enough, maybe you can eventually have luck like this woman.  A 91-year old grandmother in Indianapolis has shocked the world by winning the lottery twice in just two months.  This is a near statistical impossibility, with the odds being over 5.7 trillion to one.  This leads many statisticians confused about how this outcome could occur without some “outside intervention.”  But then again, s ...

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November Job Fair


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A Moving Message About The Election From A 97 Year Old And Her Friends

Michael Moore helped us produce this moving, inspirational message from the greatest generation. ...

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Letters From Zora: In Her Own Words (Promo to Friends

Dear Friends, I wanted to share with you the launching of our latest collaboration Letters From Zora: In Her Own Words.  I have partnered with colleagues from USC and Vanessa Bell Calloway (Zora) to present this one-woman play about the life of Zora Neale Hurston. We premiered this work on March 3, 2012 at the University of Southern California as part of the Arts Initiative called Visions and Voices. The gr ...

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FAMU Student Troy Harris Named Intern of the Year at Top Advertising Firm

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Growing up in Decatur, Ga., Florida A&M University (FAMU) School of Business and Industry student Troy Harris II never knew what he wanted to be. He was not interested in being a doctor, lawyer, engineer or anything else his mom suggested. It was while watching the Mel Gibson movie, “What Women Want” in 2000, that Harris became impressed by the advertising industry and the platform f ...

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Ending the cradle to prison PipelineTM and Mass Incarceration the New American Jim Crow

A Black boy born in 2001 has a one in three chance of going to prison in his lifetime and a Latino boy a one in six chance of the same fate. The U.S. has the highest incarceration rate ...

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The politics of truth is a political maelstrom

But for one fleeting moment in time, consider the race for Miami Dade County Commission District 1. Incumbent Barbara Jordan is facing what some call a “Puppet Challenger” in term limited Miami Gardens Mayor Shirley Gibson. ...

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