Black History Month: Married Doctors Broke Down Barriers In The 50s“The idea of giving back has always been a part of my thinking.” Those are the words from Dr. George Simpson, who along with his wife Dr. Dazelle Simpson, have dedicated themselves to caring for South Florida African-American residents.
'Mentoring Has Changed Me': Teen Boasts About Her 'Big Sister'Teenage girl says her mentor has helped change her life.
Jackie Robinson’s Daughter Visits Miami Middle School To Talk Breaking BarriersJackie Robinson’s daughter visited a local middle school as part of Black History Month with a lesson on breaking barriers.
Students Learn Horrors Of Holocaust From Survivor: ‘Cruelty Beyond Any Explanation’“For a normal person, it’s impossible to comprehend. The cruelty is beyond any explanation what they did.”
Popular Author Brad Meltzer Thanks Local Roots For Career SuccessOne of South Florida's biggest exports is author Brad Meltzer, who's gone from roaming the halls at North Miami Beach Senior High to selling millions of books all over the world.
At 96, Fmr. Nuremberg Prosecutor Continues 'Law Not War' MissionYou’d be hard-pressed to find a bigger legal victory than that of former prosecutor Ben Ferencz in Nuremberg, Germany.
Mentoring Matters: Florida Professor Faces Ups & Downs With Mentoring – A South Florida professor is sharing some of the realities of being a mentor and how, like everything, it has its up and downs.
Mentoring Matters: Mentor Finds 'Deeper Meaning' By Making A DifferenceA South Florida mentor finds deeper meaning by mentoring a child and learning he can and does make a difference.
Mentoring Matters: 'Bigs In Blue' Pairs Cops With Kids'Bigs In Blue", a program within Big Brothers Big Sisters pairs law enforcement with young kids in need of mentors.
How Can The U.S. Heal After This Brutal Presidential Election?Can the U.S. heal after this brutal presidential campaign?
Holocaust Survivors Remember Victims In 'Night Of Broken Glass'Community leaders gathered at a Miami synagogue Sunday during a special night remembering the victims of the Holocaust.
Old Soul At The Poll: 100-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor Votes For 1st TimeAt 100 years old, Menia Perelman had never voted. But the Holocaust survivor, who recently became a U.S. citizen, did just that on Friday.

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