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The hunter, the fisherman and a friend- Josephus Eggelletion Jr. – has gone on to a better place

     Joe has left us for greener pastures, bluer skies, and pristine waters to rest in the lushness of eternal comfort. ...

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Dale V.C. Holness is the New Vice Mayor of Broward County

The The Broward County Commission unanimously voted for Commissioner Dale V.C. Holness (District 9) to serve as Vice Mayor today at its Reorganization meeting. The Broward County Charter stipulates that Commissioners, elected from single member districts, vote annually in November for the position of Mayor and Vice Mayor. ...

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Racial profiling and teaching while Black at VCU

     It comes amid a string of incidents — some of which have gone viral on social media — in which white people called the police on Black people for ordinary activities like sleeping in their university dorm and holding a barbecue in a public park. ...

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Anthony Browder makes history as the first African American to lead and fund an archeological excavation project in Egypt

Washington DC’s own, Anthony “Tony” Browder makes history as the first African American to lead and fund an archeological excavation project in Egypt. In May 2018, Mr. Browder, his daughter Atlantis Tye Browder, and the ASA Restoration Project excavation team discovered 2700-year-old Kushite artifacts that were recently installed in the Egyptian Museum in Luxor. ...

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Beleaguered Broward Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes Resigns

     Brenda Snipes has resigned from her post as supervisor of elections for Broward County, effective Jan. 4, 2019. ...

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National Civil Rights Attorney Ben Crump Launches Federal Lawsuit Exposing Anti-Minority Tactics of Gilead Sciences

A new federal lawsuit against Gilead Sciences exposes how the pharmaceutical giant is putting profits over people, especially oppressed groups including Black and LGBT communities, said renowned civil rights attorney Ben Crump.  ...

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Broward County Commission unanimously approves Holness’ item to name Courthouse Wing after TJ Reddick 

The Broward County Commission unanimously approved Commissioner Dale V.C. Holness’ item to name the north wing of the Seventeenth Judicial Court of Florida after the late Thomas J. (TJ) Reddick, Jr., prominent attorney, and namesake of the TJ Reddick Bar Association, established in 1982 at the Wednesday, November 14 commission meeting. ...

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National Civil Rights Group responds to conclusion of Florida and Georgia Electoral Races

 Kristen Clarke, president and executive director of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, released the following statement in response to the conclusion of electoral races in Florida and Georgia: ...

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Mississippi Campaign Heats Up After ‘Lynching’ Remark

     If the comment was an exaggerated expression of regard, many in the one-time civil rights hotbed — and many more from across the nation — didn’t see it that way. It not only ignited interest in the under-the-radar Senate race, it galvanized Espy’s supporters. ...

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City of Miramar Mayor welcomes Kingston, Jamaican Delegation for presentation on Disaster And Emergency Operations Best Practices

Mayor Wayne M. Messam of the City of Miramar is pleased to welcome His Worship, The Honorable Mayor of Kingston [Jamaica], Senator and Councillor, Delroy H. Williams; Chief Executive Officer of Kingston & St. Andrew Municipal Corporation, Mr. Robert Hill; and the honorable mayor’s delegation from Kingston, Jamaica, on Tuesday, November 20th, for an Disaster and Emergency Management Best Practices presentati ...

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