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Zedrick D. Barber II Attorney for Teiron ‘Ice Billion Berg’ Robinson filling lawsuit against Oceanview Building B Condominium Association, Inc.

he Barber Firm is proud to announce that it represents Teiron Robinson aka recording artist “Ice Billion Berg” in an action for invasion of privacy, intentional infliction of emotional distress, private nuisance, wrongful eviction, tortious interference of contract, trespass to chattel, and conversion against the Oceanview Building B Condominium Association, Inc. and its affiliates who govern the premises w ...

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Minority Builders Coalition Celebrates 48 Years Of Continuous Service To The Community

     In 1971, eight (8) minority business and community leaders identified the need for ensuring a level playing field for minority owned construction companies. Together, they paved the way for MBC to become a leader in creating pathways for success for minority contractors and other construction professionals. ...

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FMU appoints Adrienne Cooper provost and executive vice president

Florida Memorial University’s Board of Trustees ratified Interim President Jaffus Hardrick’s recent appointment of Adrienne Cooper, Ph.D. as the University’s provost and executive vice president for Academic Affairs. Dr. Cooper will assume the office of the provost on February 4 ...

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R&B Group 112 in concert, Ala Reception and Art Opening, plus a Community Block Party are among the activities planned by the City of North Miami for Black History

The City of North Miami’s 2019 Black History Month celebration is set to honor community leaders, celebrate organized Black movements in art, and explore the power of libraries to transform communities.  This year’s North Miami observance is themed, “Building Strong Communities. ...

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Oliver Diez named M-DCP Teacher of the Year, Laura Haim Rookie teacher

      Oliver Diez, a music teacher at Palmetto Elementary School, was named the 2020 Francisco R. Walker Miami-Dade County Teacher of the Year at a ceremony held this evening at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Miami Airport & Convention Center. ...

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Florida A&M University President to Attend Los Angeles Black College Expo

     During the Black College Expo, high school seniors, juniors and college transfer students stop at booths to meet one-on-one with top HBCUs and a variety of colleges and universities. ...

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Conservation and Climate Change

     Broward County is not playing around with climate change and sustainability, but we are asking residents to do just that. Starting February 1, we want you to play Conservation Pays to win cash and prizes. The top prizes are cash—$5000 for the winner, $1000 for second place and $500 for third place. ...

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Five BCPS Teacher of the Year finalists are this year’s standouts

From serving as an autism coach and teaching biology and global perspectives – to teaching the Japanese language and culture, five outstanding teachers are finalists for the Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) Teacher of the Year. ...

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Andrew Gillum Addresses Future, Importance of Black Press

Former Tallahassee Mayor and Florida Gubernatorial Candidate Andrew Gillum didn’t break the kind of news that many publishers, editors and journalists may have wanted at the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) annual Midwinter Training Conference in Orlando, but the HBCU graduate did provide the Black Press of America some newsworthy tidbits about what he’s doing now and what the future might h ...

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Retired Fort Lauderdale Police Officer Ron Centamore passed

Ron was president of the Proggreso Village HOA and past president of the NW CRA Advisory Board. He was one of Fort Lauderdale’s first Community Police Officers assigned to the Victoria Park Neighborhood. ...

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