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Jazz in the Gardens Music Festival announces 2018 Line Up

The City of Miami Gardens announces the highly anticipated 2018 artist lineup for its 13th annual Jazz in the Gardens (JITG) music festival, the signature event for this vibrant community. ...

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Dr. Steve Gallon Hosts Second Annual District I Black History Showcase

School Board Member Dr. Steve Gallon III hosted his second annual District 1 Black History Showcase at Miami Carol City Senior High School. Students, parents, teachers, administrators and community stakeholders attended the event designed to highlight our students through the arts. ...

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First Poetry Slam Team Seeks Funding for National Competition

“I have been working towards Pompano Beach having their own poetry team for quite some time now,” said Eccentrich. “Exit 36 is truly an awe-inspiring group of spoken word artists. Together, I know we will make an impact at this prestigious event. But without backing, we cannot afford to go. ...

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Hon. Kenneth L. Gillespie Appointed to serve on the Children’s Services Council

– The Children’s Services Council of Broward County (CSC) announces the appointment of Judge Kenneth L. Gillespie to serve as the judicial representative for its governing board, filling the seat formerly held by Judge Michael J. Orlando whose term had expired ...

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U.S. Air Force Airman Jalil Mack graduated from basic military training

U.S. Air Force Airman Jalil Mack graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, Tex. ...

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Black News Media Maintains Consumer Trust

BOMA President and MIA Media President, Dexter Bridgeman quickly responded "Black-owned media has been that place for generations where the Black community goes to receive their news and information. They know that they can trust us for delivering accurate and truthful documentation of the news. That trust has not changed." ...

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Stop the posturing, do something about assault rifles

Let’s stop the posturing, and let’s do something. ...

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Black Owned Businesses Matter

Black Owned Businesses Matter ...

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Deeply Rooted And We Will Not Be Moved!

Deeply Rooted And We Will Not Be Moved! ...

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Carmen Turner, First African American Woman to run a Transit Agency

1983, Carmen E. Turner made history as the first African American woman to lead a Transit Aagency when she became general manager of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA). ...

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