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 A message for the New Year

 A message for the New Year ...

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Sistrunk a Fair, an Art connection

Fort Lauderdale Art and Design week is a festival designed to showcase arts and culture within the greater Fort Lauderdale area. Art Fort Lauderdale is going on its 3rd year, taking place on the international waterways. In a joint effort to connect communities through the arts, the Sistrunk a Fair was created. ...

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A Kwanzaa Story

     During this week of Kwanzaa celebrations, we have connected with The Pride Center, a gay and lesbian community center, the Westside Gazette, a Black-owned newspaper, New Jerusalem Baptist Church, Stonewall National Museum, BTAN, and the World AIDS Museum. We are grateful for the collaboration and commitment to this week of Kwanzaa Celebrations. ...

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 WHAT CYNTOIA BROWN AND TRUMP PLEA DEALS TELL US ABOUT MASS INCARCERATION

 The prison sentences for Cyntoia Brown and Donald Trump’s criminal cronies may seem unrelated, but they tell the same story ...

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#BlackExcellence: 83-Year-Old Earns Ph.D. From Louisiana State University

The milestone was historic as he became the eldest student to receive a graduate degree during a fall commencement at the school and the oldest Black person to ever receive a LSU degree. ...

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 Senators Harris and Booker Lead Historic Passage of Federal Anti-Lynching Legislation

 “From 1882 to 1986, Congress failed to pass anti-lynching legislation when it had an opportunity 200 times. Today, by passing this bill we have offered some long overdue justice and recognition to the victims of lynching crimes,” said Senator Harris. ...

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Funeral Services for the late Emily Kurtz Evans

Funeral Services for the late Emily Kurtz Evans 80 will be held on Saturday, Dec. 22, at noon at New Mt. Olive Baptist Church. ...

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Ribbons For The Children Art Auction Raises $35,000 To Help Children And Families Infected And Affected With HIV/AIDS

     The cocktail party and charity art auction featured original paintings, photographs, sculptures and jewelry donated by 63 talented artists and raised $35,000 through sales and donations. ...

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Rep. Waters Statement on Texas Judge Ruling Obamacare Unconstitutional

 “Ironically, this ruling comes barely a month after numerous Republicans stood for reelection while campaigning on the false premise that they actually cared about people with pre-existing conditions and were committed to protecting them. The American people were not fooled by these disingenuous claims, and many of these Republicans lost.” ...

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ESSA: A Roadmap for Achieving Equity in Education

     State education chiefs and their in-state partners at teaching and research institutions plus educators on the front lines have a real chance to make a difference for Black students and other minorities. But do they have the courage to make the necessary changes? ...

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