Prominent Miami City Commissioner Urges African Americans To Learn More About COVID VaccineA prominent, African-American City Commissioner is speaking out about the Coronavirus vaccines, urging all residents to learn more about them and how to get them.
Courtney B. Vance Wins His Case In O.J. Simpson Miniseries In October 1995, Courtney B. Vance and Tony Goldwyn took a break from filming a TV movie in Toronto to watch news coverage of the riveting end to a Los Angeles drama: O.J. Simpson was not guilty of murder, a jury declared.
Film Academy Announces Reforms Amid Calls For Oscar Boycott The film academy is pledging to double the number of female and minority members by 2020, and will immediately diversify its leadership by adding three new seats to its board of governors.
Focus On South Florida: Sickle Cell Anemia AwarenessWe discuss Sickle Cell Disease, also known as sickle cell anemia which is a hereditary blood disorder.
Trayvon Martin's Mother Shares Pain With Family Of Michael Brown A South Florida mother who knows the pain of losing a son firsthand has written an open letter in support of the family of Michael Brown, the 18-year-old killed by a police officer in Ferguson, MO earlier this month.
Poll Reveals Racial Divide On Sterling's PunishmentThe Donald Sterling controversy has hit a nerve with a majority of Americans.
Doctors Warn Of Potentially Deadly Form Of Nail CancerMost people know it’s important to get freckles and moles checked out by a doctor, but a small spot under your nail could be just as dangerous.
America's Minorities Becoming A MajorityMuch was made of the shifting demographics during the 2012 presidential election, but that’s only a preview of what’s to come. For the first time ever, America’s racial and ethnic minorities now make up about half of the under-5 age group, according to the U.S. Census.
Florida Voter Purge Returns With Smaller ListThe Florida voter purge list rose like a phoenix from the ashes Wednesday when Governor Rick Scott’s elections department sent a new list of 198 people who it believes are ineligible to vote.
Report: Miami-Dade & Broward Stop Voter Roll PurgeThe election year fight by Governor Rick Scott to purge voter rolls of “non-citizens” is in trouble of spiraling Florida into a similar situation the state faced in the disastrous presidential election in 2000.
Scott Denies Voter Roll Purge Targets MinoritiesFlorida’s voter purge may have met its match in the U.S. Department of Justice. After weeks of calls to stop the purge, the Justice Department ordered Florida to stop the voter roll purge undertaken on order of Florida Governor Rick Scott, but the fight may still continue.
Florida Senate Draws Congressional LinesAfter the 2010 census, the state of Florida was in line to gain two new Congressional districts. Monday, the Florida Senate finally released proposed districts starting next year.