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Finding love at work may no longer be Taboo

    Yet, studies show that nearly 25 percent of U.S. married couples met at work. It’s no secret that work is where most single people spend a great deal of their time, and we are in an era where people have been conditioned to prioritize their career advancement. Whether you work in corporate America or own a small business, most of my peers are making a conscious decision to establish themselves professio ...

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Broward College Partners with Florida Children’s Theatre to Expand  Local Event Offerings

Broward College and Florida Children’s Theatre (FLCT) have teamed up in a new partnership that will increase performance opportunities and student engagement for both organizations. ...

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ArtServe Awards $1,250 to winners of Annual Juried Fine Art Exhibition ‘ArtBRAVO’

ArtServe recently spotlighted the rising stars in South Florida’s art community during its annual juried fine art exhibition, ArtBRAVO. Featuring works from 92 artists from more than 40 municipalities in South Florida, ArtBRAVO showcased the region’s top talent and awarded a total of $1,250 in cash prizes. ...

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Civil Rights Attorney Ben Crump gains clear path for Federal Lawsuit against Gilead Sciences 

Nationally renowned civil rights attorney Ben Crump will move forward with a federal lawsuit against pharmaceutical giant Gilead Sciences, Inc., following a California judge’s ruling upholding pleadings against the company in separate litigation. Crump has announced plans to sue the company over its deliberate actions to put profits ahead of the well-being of patients affected by HIV/AIDS, many of whom are ...

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STATEMENT: Senator Janet Cruz on Governor Ron DeSantis’ Unconstitutional Voucher Plan

Today, State Senator Janet Cruz released the following statement on Governor Ron DeSantis' plan to use FEFP general revenue funding to create a new voucher program:   ...

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Dr. Brenda Snipes: A History of Excellence

     Leaders are shaped by several things, most especially the people around them as they move from childhood to adulthood.  The values we are given, the character we see modeled and the principles we are told to live by.   These things become anchors of our lives. ...

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A Voice from Heaven

Dear Bethune Cookman University Alumni and Friends: ...

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Growing the Voices of Our Future

Growing the Voices of Our Future ...

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Recognition

In advance of its 27th annual African-American Achievers awards ceremony, JM Family Enterprises, Southeast Toyota Distributors and JM Lexus recently held a private reception to announce the 2019 African American Achievers. ...

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Conservation Is Not a Game! Or Is It?

Conservation Is Not a Game! Or Is It? ...

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