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NEW facility opens to assist local military veterans

It is no secret that the recent killings of police officers in Dallas, Texas and Baton Rouge, Louisiana were both perpetrated by former members of the United States military. It is also no secret that many of our returning military ...

FAMU addresses Black and Blue Lives Matter

A discussion centered on unity and understanding took place at Florida A&M University on July 13 at the Charles Winter Wood Theatre. The conversation entitled, “Healing Voices: Black and Blue Lives Matter,” included a variety of professional panelists such as ...

Florida Memorial students selected to attend an innovation conference

Thurgood Marshall College Fund’s Opportunity Funding Corporation (OFC) Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program held its inaugural three-day entrepreneurial training and development conference at the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel.

Chapman Partnership's back to school campaign

There are currently 6,100 homeless students within the Miami-Dade County Public Schools system. These children, even those living in emergency housing, start the school year without basic “back-to-school” supplies. Essential supplies are simple things

Local educator a finalist for the state Teacher of the Year

Precious Symonette, a creative writing teacher at Miami Norland Senior High School, was one of five finalists for the 2017 Macy’s/Florida Department of Education Teacher of the Year. Symonette was first named the 2017 Francisco R. Walker Miami-Dade County Teacher ...

Urgent Inc. convened hundreds of South Florida teens in Miami

The third Annual Youth Economic Development Conference & Expo brought together over 300 teens from the South Florida area with local educators, business leaders, state and district representatives, industry professionals and successful youth entrepreneurs. The three-day conference and expo took ...

The Witch of En Zor story

Greg from Miami reasons with Pastor Charles Mitchell of True Vine Missionary Baptist Church in Miami's West Little River area on the topic: Did the real ghost of the Prophet Samuel appeared to King Saul in 1 Samuel, Chapter 28? ...

Pastor Goodwin: ‘The Lord had been so good to me’

In the Bible and in this present time, there are numerous instances of men who the Lord has touched their hearts and even given them verbal instructions to do certain things for him. But rather than follow his directives, they ...

Faith Calendar

Christian Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, Inc. in partnership with the Florida Summer Food Program, will be offering free meals for children from infancy to 18 during the summer. Call 305-693-1301. Norland United Methodist Preschool, will provide free meals and snacks ...

Christmas in July welcomes hundreds

About 250 people from Liberty City enjoyed a fun, sunny day in Key Biscayne at the Miami Children’s Initiative (MCI) event, Christmas in July. Children played on inflatable water slides while parents enjoyed lounging on the beach. MCI partnered with ...

A discussion about the ghost of Samuel

Greg from Miami reasons with Pastor Charles Mitchell of True Vine Missionary Baptist Church in Miami's West Little River area on the topic: Did the real ghost of the Prophet Samuel appeared to King Saul in 1 Samuel, Chapter 28? ...

Pastor Davis: 'It started at the cradle and won’t end until the grave'

The church, Prince of Peace Missionary Baptist that Reverend Mike Davis is the pastor of, did not start where it now is located, 11936 NW 19th Ave., Miami nor does it have the same name its founder, his mother, the ...

Yacht party, scholarships mark 30 year celebration for the Dade County Links

On Sunday, June 12, members of the Dade County Chapter of the Links, Inc. celebrated 30 years of serving the South Florida community. The group, along with family, friends, and supporters boarded the SeaFair Mega Yacht in downtown Miami to ...

Black education group launches big challenge

For 17 years, the Black Alliance for Educational Options (BAEO) has been the leading voice for increased parental choice and high quality education options that support low-income and working-class Black families and their children.

KidCare now available to 17,000 uninsured children

With just hours before the start of the long holiday weekend commemorating U.S. independence, child advocates and families gathered for a news conference at The Children’s Trust in Miami-Dade to launch an enrollment drive on the day that legal immigrant ...

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