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Who’s to blame?

And we thought that the Broward County School Board  was in a mess. Ol Peter Traceit is finding out that gentrification comes in many ways, shapes, forms, colors, and fashions. People will do anything to land grab and take Black businesses. The streets are saying that Betty’s Restaurant, the old Bass Brothers Market and the old 6 street corner drug store and  Mr. Rooster AKA BGs, are engaged in some strange things happening that may be the down fall of some family owned businesses. The sands alone the corridor are changing faster that we know it, and you will never believe who’s behind it; stay tuned for more sand to fall through the hourglass. […]

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Broward County Purple? Big Three-money, power and position

     But something interesting happened in 2016. Miami-Dade Blue began to gravitate toward Red and now it is more of a Purple county that is struggling to maintain its Blue Hue. Palm Beach, especially the more affluent areas akin to Mara Lago, are also adding some Red flavor to the Blue punch. Broward county maintained it Groovy Blue status in 2016, but six years later, something feels funky. […]

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Fort Lauderdale NAACP District 5 Meet the Candidates

       In a crowded race with six candidates vying for the district five school board seat, the president of the Fort Lauderdale chapter of the NAACP, Marsha Ellison, was not gun shy in bringing them all forward to spell out their platforms and answer some very tough questions around critical race theory, the controversial PROMISE program, Don’t Say Gay legislation, and whether they support the Referendum that the Broward School Board will  placed before voters this August. […]