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Keija Minor named ‘Brides’ Editor-In-Chief, First African-American to head up a Condé Nast magazine

editor-in-chief(EIC) of Brides, making her the first person of color to ever hold the title at a Condé Nast Publications (CNP) magazine ...

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County Commissioner Sharief finds new way to fund community projects

All of the money will come from the district office budget of Broward County Commissioner Barbara Sharief. ...

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As the October 9 deadline approaches, OFA – Florida makes registering to vote easy and accessible

Florida is quickly approaching, and with less than five weeks left it is important that we make sure that all of our voices are heard and that we get involved, register and vote. ...

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FPL rate hearing fuels battles

Florida Power & Light should be able to raise base electric rates by as much as $690.4 million next year, with a proposed settlement roiling the case. ...

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Will Amendment 8 destroy Florida’s public school system?

Amendment 8” will be placed on the ballot for 2012 and challenge a long-standing ban on taxpayer funding religious institutions. ...

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John Washington named College of Law Assistant Dean for Admissions

[caption id="attachment_1710" align="alignleft" width="131"] John Washington[/caption] John Washington named College of Law Assistant Dean for Admissions Submitted Robin Holmes       ORLANDO, Fl – Attorney John Washington, II, who most recently served Florida A&M University (FAMU) as director of the pre-professional law program, has joined the College of Law as assistant dean for Admissions.     Washing ...

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Professor parlays her academic skill into a $10 million dollar per year empire

The former professor of sociology would eventually use her expertise to launch what has become a successful business in the field of workplace solutions. ...

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U.S. Banks greatly benefiting off Colombian Cocaine trade

More than 97 percent of the total street value of cocaine produced in Colombia — that’s billions of dollars — ends up in the hands of criminal groups in the U.S. and other first-world drug consuming countries, ...

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