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Honoring the life of Dr. Lester B. Brown

Funeral Services will be held in the Susie C. Holley Religious Center Chapel on September 20, 2014 at 11AM. On Friday, September 12th, 2014, the City of Miami Gardens lost a great man and one of its most zealou
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‘Lift Every Voice’ connects FMU to Black History

Inaugural jazz concert for new university President Roslyn Artis Source:  The Miami Times By: Chloe Herring It was over a century ago that a chorus of 500 children performed a song to be heralded by generation
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FMU’s Artis is playmaker on Miami’s education scene

Source:  The Miami Times By: Chloe Herring While many university presidents may be bunkering down for a season on the gridiron, Roslyn Artis at Florida Memorial University (FMU) is analyzing her school with th
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Civil rights strife led to Florida Memorial’s move to Miami

This letter is in response to Dina Weinstein’s June 7 Issues & Ideas article, St. Augustine protests spurred landmark civil rights vote in 1964. While Weinstein correctly detailed much of the story, the i
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FMU: Black colleges continue to fill the gaps

Written by MANUEL JEAN and ROCHELLE OLIVER As black college enrollment increases, graduation rates among African Americans – many of whom are first generation college students – still show signs of struggle
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FMU Webmaster pens ‘E-Business Success’ book

Source:  A&M Magazine (Spring 2014 edition) As the owner and operator of Sirius Web Solutions, FAMU alumna K.L. Graham has helped business owners around the nation find success through consulting, training
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Hot 105′s Rodney Baltimore interviews FMU’s Dr. William Hobbs

Hot 105′s Rodney Baltimore interviews Dr. William Hobbs to get the word out about North of the Grove book reception (May 29th, 6-9pm, free entry, Kroma Gallery, 3670 Grand Ave., Miami, FL 33133) Click the
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FMU welcomes SEED School of Miami to campus

Major public boarding school will take up residence at college in August The SEED School of Miami and Florida Memorial University (FMU) announced a partnership on May 6 that will bring SEED’s proven 24-hour,
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SEED to be South Florida’s first public boarding school

By Lance Dixon ldixon@MiamiHerald.com The proposed site for the first public boarding school in South Florida has been moved about 22 miles north from the outskirts of a Kendall park to Miami Gardens. The SEED
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Florida Memorial, FAMU graduations this weekend

HBCU COMMENCEMENTS Here’s a roundup of spring commencements scheduled at Florida’s HBCUs in the coming weeks. Florida Memorial University will host its commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 3 at 10:30 a.m.