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Derrick Rose

Derrick Rose accuser suing for $21.5 mil

The unnamed woman who has accused Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose of raping her in 2013 is seeking $21.5 million in damages, according to...
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Fla. Officer who shot Corey Jones was still on probation

Palm Beach Gardens Police Officer Nouman Raja, who shot and killed Corey Jones as he waited for roadside assistance, had been with the department...

Rich Beggars

Just for the sake of this post, let us assume that somewhere in this country a "Black America" really exists, made up of people...

Freedom School Begins Afterschool Meals Program

Orange County Public Schools has announced the startup of the Afterschool Meals Program, a subcomponent of the Child Care Food Program, at Freedom Middle...
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Small and Minority Firms Selected to Lead Construction Projects at Orlando International Airport

ORLANDO, FL. - The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority’s (GOAA) small business program continues to lead the industry with small and minority firm involvement in...
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The Modern Day Hobo

Back in the day, you didn’t need a GPS system on your smart phone to find the Black community in any city or town....

Democrats Hold a Policy Based Debate with No Personal Attacks

Last week the Democrats held their first debate, and the contrast was strikingly different from the Republicans’ debate, as day and night. America is...

Fat Mack ‘n the Boyz: Kim Davis

Fat Mack and Little Willie had started eating already by the time I got to the diner.  I was a little late 'cause I...
Killing the Messenger

Killing the Messenger and other titles

Killing the Messenger David Brock Twelve c/o Hachette Book Group USA 237 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10017 www.HatchetteBookGroupUSA.com 9781455533763, $28.00 www.amazon.com “Killing the Messenger” for the first...

State and County Officials Accept Minimum Wage Challenge; Local Candidates Also Step Up

Orlando, Fla. – Last month, state Sen. Dwight Bullard (D-Miami), and state Rep. Victor Torres, (D-Orlando), were joined by dozens of underpaid workers and...