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City of Miami Assistant Police Chief Rev. Dennis M. Jackson II to preach at Bethel AME Church-Pompano Men’s Day Service

The Men’s Ministry of Bethel AME Church—Pompano, pastored by Reverend Eddy Moise, Jr., is excited to welcome as guest preacher for our 2017 Men’s Day Celebration, Reverend Dennis M. Jackson II., Senior Pastor of New Mount Moriah Baptist Church in Liberty City. ...

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About 30 students from Blanche Ely High School now have a better understanding about the technology they use

About 30 students from Blanche Ely High School now have a better understanding about the technology they use ...

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Michael Baisden kicks off City of Lauderhill and the MLK Task Force 17th Black History Month Celebration: Baisden says, “mentoring is the answer”

Michael Baisden kicks off City of Lauderhill and the MLK Task Force 17th Black History Month Celebration: ...

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History and origin of Florida’s HBCUs

History and origin of Florida’s HBCUs ...

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Six finalists vie for the Coveted Broward County Public Schools 2018 Teacher of the Year Award

Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) is pleased to announce six exemplary teachers as finalists for Teacher of the Year ...

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Black Tech Week to expand support for Black entrepreneurs with $1.2 million from Knight Foundation

To expand opportunity for Black entrepreneurs and advance Miami as a diverse and inclusive innovation hub, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation recently announced $1.2 million in new support for Code Fever’s Black Tech Week and related programs throughout the year. ...

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Dolphins Cancer Challenge VII sees largest participation in event history to raise funds for Cancer Research at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center

The Miami Dolphins capped another successful Dolphins Cancer Challenge (DCC) today. The event is the NFL’s single largest fundraiser ...

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Miami Dolphins Cancer Survivor Carla Hill is an Inspiration

It's been said that character, like a photograph, develops in darkness. It's during those dark times in life when we see our true character. For Carla Hill, she's been developing in the darkness. Hill, who's a former Miami Dolphins cheerleader has been in the middle of a health crisis for the last decade. After being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005, she’s now a two-time breast cancer survivor. She's al ...

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The National Newspaper Publishers Association honors Robert W. Bogle a champion of the Black Press during their 2017 National Convention

The National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) the nation’s oldest Black owned media organization, held its Mid-Winter Conference Jan. 25-28, 2017 in Fort Lauderdale. ...

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