Monday, March 8, 2021

Florida Courier wins more awards for writing, photos

FROM STAFF REPORTS Continuing its award-winning ways in 10 years as a statewide newspaper, the Florida Courier has racked up three awards from the Florida...

FLORIDA COURIER / 10TH STATEWIDE ANNIVERSARY

HIV/AIDS and equal justice Four years ago, the Florida Courier reported on the annual International AIDS Conference hosted in Washington, D.C., as well as an...

Wasserman Schultz must now fight on home turf

Congresswoman facing tough primary battle in South Florida district BY AMY SHERMAN AND PATRICIA MAZZEI MIAMI HERALD/TNS PHILADELPHIA – After quitting her national Democratic Party leadership role...

More than 2 million ballots sent for primary

More than 2 million ballots have been sent to voters for the Aug. 30 primaries, according to the state Division of Elections website. Most of...

Struggling to unite a fractured Baton Rouge

The mayor and the city face huge divides and problems after the police shooting of Alton Sterling and the murder of three officers. BY NIGEL...

Crime experts counter Trump’s fear talk

BY JAMES ROSEN TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON – As Richard Rosenfeld listened to Donald Trump accept the Republican presidential nomination on July 21, a couple of...

Mothers of the Moment

Women whose children died at the hands of police or because of gun violence give their testimonies and tell why they’re with Hillary Clinton. BY...

Who are the New Black Panthers?

1960s activists say new group doesn’t  embody their ideals BY ERICA ERVANS LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights calls their organization a hate group,...

MARCHING TO THE BANK

Following up on decades of community advocacy for Black financial institutions, the Black Lives Matter movement has energized a stream of Black Americans to...

Former Fla. journalist uncovers Trump’s ‘stolen’ language

BY BRITTNY MEJIA LOS ANGELES TIMES / TNS LOS ANGELES – Since he lost his TV reporting job last year, Jarrett Hill has been looking for...