By Rudabeh Shahbazi

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The “African-American Achievers Awards” recognize those who invest their time and talent toward building a stronger community. We interview two of the recipients who share their inspirational stories.

Shaun Davis founded one of the largest African-American owned certified and public accounting and consulting firms in the southeast. He is also the Board chair for the Urban League of Broward County. Enid Curtis Pinkney is a historian who was instrumental in saving the historic Lemon City cemetery and the Native American burial ground in downtown Miami known as Miami Circle. Pinkney was elected the first black president of the Dade Heritage Trust, and is founder of the African-American Committee

Guests:   Shaun Davis

                  Enid Curtis Pinkney


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