Plenty of Black history at revamped Tampa library

Robert Saunders Foundation, Jack and Jill hosting a gala to raise funds for more exhibits and quality children’s programs BY KRISTAN MCCANTS SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDA...

STILL PLEADING OUR CAUSE

Media professionals considered the Florida Courier a dead man walking when it was launched as a statewide Black weekly newspaper on March 3, 2006....

Indian River Lagoon in environmental crisis

Contamination from septic tanks threatens one of the most biodiverse waterways in North America. BY LISA DESAI AND YASMEEN QURESHI Bethany Quinn and her husband, Sean, moved...

Plan for Miami African Diaspora museum moves forward

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDA COURIER The Miami-Dade North Arts & Humanities Foundation is set to move forward with its goal of creating the Miami Museum...

Slave trade ancestors to be remembered on Father’s Day

A growing South Florida tradition, now in its 24th year, continues with the annual Sunrise Ancestral Remembrance of the Middle Passage ceremony on Sunday,...

Active community assistance

5 helpful ways to lend a hand From Family Features Social responsibility comes in all shapes and sizes, but ultimately it comes down to one common...

Adorning Wakanda

Meet Douriean Fletcher, the jewelry designer for ‘Black Panther’ BY JEVON PHILLIPS LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS “I tried to make it look like (vibranium, the fictional metal that...

Gear up for spring

Simple ways to care for your car Family Features If you’re like thousands of other car owners who neglected maintenance during the brutal winter months,...

THE FLORIDA CLASSIC

Bragging rights again for B-CU Wildcats trounce Rattlers in game that brings together rivals, friends, families BY FLORIDA COURIER STAFF Neither threat of rain nor traffic jams...

More young women embracing the single life

BY SHARYN JACKSON STAR TRIBUNE/TNS Sarah Jacobson, 33, tried for years to find a partner so she wouldn’t “die alone, my body devoured by my pet...

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