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The first annual “I Am My Daughter’s Keeper Brunch” aims to examine, transform and strengthen mother /daughter relationships

1st Annual “I Am My Daughter’s Keeper Brunch” comes to South Florida. Event creators Sommer Walker-Davis, Director of Cultivate Growth, a local non-profit organization and Tiffany Ellis, CEO of Perennial Resolutions, a nationally recognized professional development company catering to minority talent, will be hosting a transformative brunch and panel discussion. ...

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Zeta Rho Omega launches the CAP Program

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Zeta Rho Omega Chapter, successfully launched the International Signature Program 2018 - 2022, College Admissions Process (CAP), on September 29, 2018.  ...

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The war on drugs is one thing, but the war to ‘Count Every Vote’ is another

     This quarrelsome depiction of a fair and just system of elections has left a country divided and civilized people wandering what will be next? ...

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Major General Marcelite Jordan Harris, First African American Female Major General in US Military, Passes At 75

Major General Marcelite Jordan Harris passed September 7, 2018 at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, FL, where she was taken while on a Caribbean vacation. Though her death was sudden and unexpected, she was surrounded by loved ones ...

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City of Miramar Announces New City Manager

The City of Miramar is pleased to announce the selection of Mr. Vernon E. Hargray as its next City Manager. ...

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TOO CLOSE TO CALL

At Press time, the winner of the Florida's Governor race had not yet been declared. ...

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Everyday heroes and sheroes we can see, touch and embrace, captured through his comic books

There are community activists, parents, businesspeople and spiritual leaders dedicated to increasing the standard of living in their communities every day. The kind deeds and acts of bravery committed by these heroes and sheroes often are underappreciated and rarely celebrated. Their careers, far from glamorous, hardly good paying and seldom noticed, are performed without fanfare. ...

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Centennial Celebration

Sister Leola Ficklin is Mount Hermon A.M.E. Church’s oldest member as she turns 100 years old on Nov. 22, 2018. She joined the church under Rev. G.N. Collins (pastor 1933-1937), ...

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