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African American, Haitian, and Latino Floridians launch new state PAC to add to Gillum’s surge to elect him as the first Black Governor of Florida

African American, Haitian, and Latino Floridians launch new state PAC to add to Gillum’s surge to elect him as the first Black Governor of Florida ...

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ColorComm Launches Miami Chapter with Over 60 Women

      Over 60 women converged at The Wynwood Yard Wednesday night to attend the launch of the Miami chapter of ColorComm, the nation’s premier organization for women of color working in communications. More than half of the attendees turned in membership applications on the spot. ...

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Black Woman Sues Wells Fargo for Discrimination after Bank Teller Refused to Cash her Check and Called the Police for Forgery

     Carroll claims she spent two and a half hours inside the Wells Fargo branch in Fort Lauderdale last November after going in to cash a $140 check. She arrived around 9:30 a.m. and gave the check to a female teller, who allegedly questioned its validity and how the money was earned. ...

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Jarren Davis competes in NASCAR Drive for Diversity National Pit Crew Combine

     Davis is the first dual member of the NASCAR Diversity Internship program and pit crew program. Through the pit crew program, NASCAR Drive for Diversity identifies and develops multicultural and female athletes that possess the skill, ability and attitude to be a pit crew member in the NASCAR national series. ...

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Florida Senators stand against the Trump-Pence Administration gag rule

Florida’s women senators including Senators Lori Berman (D-Lantana), Audrey Gibson (D-Jacksonville), Lauren Book (D-Fort Lauderdale), and Linda Stewart (D-Orlando) are speaking out against this rule. ...

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     Congratulations are in order once again as The African American Research Library and Cultural Center, led by book festival chairman/librarian Tray Fitzpatrick, hosted its annual two -day book festival. Friday night, day one of the two-day event featured tastings and complimentary cocktails. ...

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Gwen Graham Brings Family to Broward

     Graham spoke to the crowd about the importance of protecting seniors in Florida and her plan to reduce medical wait list often faced by Florida’s older citizens. ...

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A record $1.45 million in college scholarships awarded by Broward Education Foundation to Broward County Students

     Broward Education Foundation, a 501(c)3 dedicated to transforming the lives of Broward County Public School students through the support of quality education, awarded a record of $1.45 million in college scholarships.  ...

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FTC Cutler Bay Expands its Offerings with Three New Programs in High Demand Industries

   Strategically-driven, smart growth are the principles guiding Florida Technical College in 2018 as it continues to expand its offerings by adding programs in industries with high demand for workers. FTC Cutler Bay is the latest of FTC’s six campuses to add to its offering with bachelor’s degrees in Allied Health Care Management and in Business-Entrepreneurship, Management, and Marketing available via hyb ...

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