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Pioneer of the Civil Rights Movement Claudette Colvin

Pioneer of the Civil Rights Movement Claudette Colvin ...

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We in the Black community must vote like our lives depend on it … because they just might

We in the Black community must vote like our lives depend on it … because they just might ...

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AT&T hiring for several hundred South Florida Call Center and Consumer Sales Jobs

About 400 of the jobs are customer service representatives at our Sunrise call center, and 50 plus are for Integrated Solutions consultants in Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach counties. ...

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PARKLAND SHOOTING VIGIL

Insight on the vigil to at Mount Herman African Methodist Episcopal Church. ...

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Common sense is not so common

It has once been said that common sense is not so common and it appears to be true. This new generation of youngsters has been playing dangerous games, not thinking things through. ...

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Floridians Reminded to Avoid Medical Marijuana Scams

In light of recent news regarding the disbarment of a lawyer involved in medical marijuana scams, the Florida Department of Health is reminding Florida residents to use caution to avoid falling victim to medical marijuana scams. ...

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30 PUBLISHING HOUSES SAID NO; BLACK WOMEN SAID YES: MAKING A #1 BEST SELLER

On January 24, 2018, Dr. Venus Opal Reese became an Amazon #1 Best-Selling Author in under 4 hours. Her book, The Black Woman Millionaire: A Revolutionary Act That Defies Impossible, was initially rejected by 30 publishing houses, who insisted that there wasn’t a market for Black women who wanted to be millionaires. ...

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Florida Housing Finance Corporation Announces Application Deadline for Three Hardest-Hit Fund Programs

Florida Housing Finance Corporation Announces Application Deadline for Three Hardest-Hit Fund Programs ...

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3 Scholarship Programs that all single moms and low-income women should know about

Women are leaders in business and technology, and their careers usually start with college education. Because of this, more and more programs are being created to help single moms and low income women attend and graduate from college. ...

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