Friday, August 7, 2020

50 years of Kwanzaa

Celebrations promote pride, culture BALTIMORE – This time of year, 14-year-old Amir Ralph is all about Kwanzaa. He embraces the celebration of African culture, which is...

WHAT’S NEXT FOR HBCUs?

Leaders of Historically Black Colleges and Universities are searching for ways to work with the incoming Trump administration. BY WILLIAM DOUGLAS MCCLATCHY WASHINGTON BUREAU / TNS WASHINGTON...

Florida leads states in Obamacare enrollment

THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Florida led the nation with 1.3 million residents signing up for 2017 coverage under the federal Affordable Care Act by...

‘The Prince of Pan- Afrikanism’

Dr. Umar Johnson to lecture in Florida BY ANDREAS BUTLER FLORIDA COURIER JACKSONVILLE – The self-proclaimed “Prince of Pan-Afrikanism,” Dr. Umar Johnson, is coming to Florida. Pan-Africanism promotes...

MAKING HIS LIST…

…and checking more than twice. President Obama is rushing through his ‘to-do’ list to Trump-proof the White House. BY ANITA KUMAR TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON –  Since...

ETA NU CHAPTER / OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY, INC.

Deep roots in Pompano Beach Members of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity’s chapter in Pompano Beach held their grand opening of their new educational building on...

What’s next?

Lawmakers argue over medical ‘weed’ BY DARA KAM THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – A Senate panel Tuesday began exploring issues surrounding medical marijuana as lawmakers...

Business groups fight Miami Beach wage hike

BY JIM SAUNDERS THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – Amid debates across the country about higher minimum wages, three major Florida business groups filed a...

30 MILLION UNINSURED

A new study states that if Obamacare is repealed, many Americans – including millions who voted for Donald Trump – will lose their health...

PEARL HARBOR ATTACK, 75 YEARS LATER

Finally laid to rest Pallbearers remove the flag from the casket holding the remains of Navy Fireman 3rd Class Edwin Hopkins as he was buried...