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Untold stories of Black men

Days after the devastating news traveled around the nation that Michael Brown, an unarmed 18-year-old male was gunned by Darren Wilson, a seven-year police officer, in a suburb of Ferguson, Mo., communities protested with riots to express their frustrations of ...

Carol City Middle gets fresh paint job

Burger King Corp. employees in Miami gathered at Carol City Middle School last week to

College graduates need to know about savings

When going into anything it is best to have a well thought out plan beforehand — well, that was so for generation Baby Boomers. The new-aged millennials (ages 18-34) have been doing things a bit differently and by differently that ...

Charity for the 'sole': Kids get new 'kicks'

It wasn’t your typical back-to-school giveaway. Backpacks, pens and notebooks were out. This back to school was all about the shoes. It was a charity for the “soles.” About 25 elementary school students in Miami Gardens received help Wednesday as ...

Role Models receive full ride to B-CU

With the dwindling number of enrolled students and the rising cost of higher education, Historically Black Colleges Universities (HBCU’s) have been taking a substantial hit as of late. The 5000 Role Models of Excellence Project and Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) announced ...

Summer camp exposes youth to STEM fields

Urban League of Greater Miami has been working diligently since 1943 to improve the lives of Blacks through education, economic self-sufficiency and strong families. Last week, they continued that tradition by bringing 12 Liberty City students an opportunity to explore ...

Urgent, Inc. interns create mobile app

With much guidance and hands-on participation, Urgent, Inc. interns were able to take murals for Dorsey Park in the historic Overtown off the wall and into the hands of many around the world. Last Tuesday at the University of Miami ...

Broward schools adding an hour to school day

What could only be considered a nightmare for some students has come to reality in Broward County — spending an extra hour in school. A total of 32 Broward elementary schools will be adding the hour of the school day ...

FAMU president seeks FCC waiver

Washington, D.C. – Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University President Elmira Mangum, Ph.D. traveled to the Capitol this week to help seek a waiver from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for the new Black Television News Channel, which will be housed ...

Carvalho praises educators, students for top performance year

Miami-Dade's middle, elementary schools celebrated last Friday after scoring top grades on the state's assessment of academic achievement. The announcement was made at a press conference on Friday, as Miami-Dade Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho praised the efforts and academic ...

Sonshine Communications partners with M-DEAT

Summer is here, and Sonshine Communications welcomes college-bound students for a summer experience to sparkle and shine! Interns Aniqua Hendricks and Jimmy Mentor have joined the team and are doing just that and so much more. Proud participants in Miami-Dade ...

Innovative STEM kids summer program takes over Soar Park

Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) majors are on the rise and so are their popularity among children. The Little Haiti Optimist Club partnered with the creator of STEM Genius, Yul Allen to deliver an innovative summer program to the ...

African scholars at FIU to join Obama’s Washington Fellowship

In the next few weeks, 25 students from Africa will call Florida International University home. In conjunction with President Obama’s Washington Fellowship for Young Leaders, the visit will provide students with leadership training that will help them become better advocates ...

Overtown Youth Center and AAR CORP. launch STEM summer program

The count was on: 3, 2, 1 . . . and away the man-made bottle rockets created by students of the Overtown Youth Center (OYC) flew! A special ceremony was held on last Wednesday to recognize David Storch, CEO and ...

Read this: Programs and staffing are at great risk

Once upon a time, the City of Miami had libraries where children, adults and senior citizens went to read and research. Thanks to budget cuts set by Mayor Carlos Gimenez, the Miami-Dade County Public Library System is close to becoming ...

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