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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 in but not limited t ...

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Miami Dade College Celebrates Black History Month with Free Community Events

This year, Miami Dade College (MDC) proudly celebrates Black History Month with an array of community and educational activities that shine a light on Black Migrations at each of its eight campuses. ...

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M-DCPS to Observe ‘Take Our Daughters, Sons to Work Day’ on Feb. 1

     Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) will observe “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day on Friday, February 1, 2019. The District uses this date instead of the national observance on April 25th to minimalize disruptions during scheduled testing. ...

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Deltas spark winning streak for Florida Panthers

Florida State University’s Kappa Epsilon Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated brought good luck for the Florida Panthers (3-1) win against the Toronto Maple Leafs. The highlight was having  Panthers’ President & CEO Matt Caldwell explain the game. ...

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15th Annual Christmas Toy Drive Giveaway

     Gold Star Production, American Legion Deerfield Beach, Glenn Miller Post #287, and a group of volunteers collaboratively held their 15th annual Christmas Toy Giveaway on December 23, 2018.The celebration has become a tradition of sharing the Love of God by bringing smiles to the faces of children from all over Broward County. ...

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#TogetherwithOsgood

     In spite of the inclement weather there was an impressive showing of love and unity as nearly 200 community members showed up to support the re-election of Dr. Rosalind Osgood for Broward County School Board District 5 Seat on Sunday January 27, 2019. ...

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A Tribute to our Marjory Stoneman Douglas High Schoo l community

    As your new sheriff, I am honored to have the opportunity to serve our great county and its residents once again. I know there are many of you who are eager to learn more about me—and I promise you will soon. ...

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FAMU Athletics honored for Hurricane Michael Relief

The Florida A&M Department of Athletics received a proclamation from the Leon County Com-mission during its meeting on January 22 for their humanitarian efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael. ...

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Government workers return to paid work, but the aftermath continues

On Friday, Jan. 25, the government shutdown ended, but with threats of possibly shutting it down again on Friday, February 15, the uncertainty lingers. As it stands, furloughed workers will return to work. Essential government workers will begin to receive their earned wages, along with back pay for time served without pay. But for many, it’s not as easy as going back to business as usual. ...

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Chef Creole Responds to the Government Shutdown by Feeding Unpaid TSA Agents

       Moved with compassion and civic duty, on January 14, Chef Creole began providing complimentary lunches to those MIA TSA agents who continue to show up to work every day, even in the face of financial uncertainty. ...

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