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Florida labor bill could aid victims of domestic violence

Florida labor bill could aid victims of domestic violence ...

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Two Black Men Finally Released for False Murder Charges After 43 Years in Prison

Two elderly Black men, 76-year-old Clifford Williams and his nephew 61-year-old Hubert “Nathan” Myers, are finally free from prison 43 years after they were convicted of a murder they never committed. ...

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Growing the Voices of Our Future

In a joint effort to get students involved with the Children Services Council’s 2019 Broward AWARE! Protecting OUR Children campaign: Growing the Voices of Our Future, the Westside Gazette will engage youth in a photovoice (photojournalism) project.  The youth will tell their stories through the written word and through the lens of cameras they will operate as photojournalists focusing on but not limited to ...

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Mr. Hardge

He resonates the spirit of an entrepreneur with philanthropic ideals. Referred to as the Edu-Tainer; Hardge believes “Hip-Hop” is Education, and utilizes this methodology to Educate, not just Entertain, hence Edu-Tainment: an artist, author and acclaimed speaker. ...

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Florida Memorial University Celebrates Adoption

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Gamma Zeta Omega Chapter, decided to adopt Florida Memorial University (FMU) to fulfill one of their international program targets:  HBCU For Life/A Call To Action which supports all HBCUs.  ...

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Sarasota’s Newtown Community Added to the U.S. Civil Rights Trails as Southenmost Attraction

Sarasota County is pleased to announce the addition of ­The Newtown African American Heritage Trail as an official attraction on the U.S. Civil Rights Trail, which has more than 100 attractions across 15 states. The Newtown African American Heritage Trail is now the southernmost site. The announcement was made in Sarasota, Florida by Vickie Oldham, founder of Newtown Alive, an organization formed to promote ...

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The Invisbile Plan

The Invisbile Plan ...

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Dear Mays High Alumnus

     I just released my newest book with Authorhouse.  The book ls comprised of “Three Amazing Stories”: ...

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This Isn’t Your Grandparent’s Election

This Isn’t Your Grandparent’s Election ...

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Ashanti Cultural Arts celebrates 29 years

  For 29 years, Ashanti Cultural Arts and Enrichment has pro-vided a variety of programs to enrich lives through instruction in dance, music, drama, theatre, and rhythmic drumming throughout South Florida. Linda Jones, founder, was recently awarded a Proclamation from the City of Pompano Beach, recognizing the 29th anniversary, and the accomplishments of Ashanti Cultural Arts. Jones, a resident of Pompano B ...

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