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The History of Blackface

A look at the history of blackface following the recent blackface incident at a Medley community event. A local professor discusses its origins and why blackface continues to resurface today.
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Bahamian International Students Worry About Home And Continuing Their Studies In the U.S.

A little over a week after Hurricane Dorian made landfall and ravaged parts of the Bahamas, students at Florida Memorial University joined together for a prayer service. Brea Rolle sat in the front pew with her
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Pathway to Federal Careers Webinar Series

The Pathways Programs are the only programs for students and recent graduates that can provide opportunities for permanent federal employment. Participants will learn about internships, recent graduates, and Pr
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Presidents of Florida’s HBCUs meet to discuss stability, promoting their value

On Monday, Florida A&M University President Larry Robinson hosted the inaugural summit featuring A. Zachary Faison, Jr., president of Edward Waters College in Jacksonville, Jaffus Hardrick, president of Fl
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FLORIDA MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY (FMU) HOLDS A RECEPTION FOR THE REBIRTH OF FOOTBALL IN BROWARD

Over 75 guests, including Board of Trustee members, athletic coaches, and FMU staff, filled the Midtown Commerce Center on historic Sistrunk Boulevard to introduce Broward’s community to FMU’s academic and
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Crockett-Moulton named Florida Memorial head women’s volleyball coach

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 29, 2019 Contact: Jordean Matthews Sports Information Director 305-626-3166 Jordean.matthews@fmuniv.edu Crockett-Moulton named Florida Memorial head women’s volleyball coach (MIAMI G
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Hurricane Season Readiness Guide 2019

Hurricane Season | June 1 – November 30 ARE YOU READY?
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Florida Memorial University Announces The Return of Football

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 29, 2019 Contact: Jordean Matthews Sports Information Director 305-626-3166 Jordean.matthews@fmuniv.edu FLORIDA MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCES THE RETURN OF FOOTBALL Inaugural Season to
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Miami Student Who Has Cinderella Moment Plans To Attend FMU And Study Criminal Justice

MIAMI – A group of police officers played fairy godmother to give an active member of the Miami Police Department’s explorer program a memorable Cinderella moment. Denisha Palmer is a 17-year-old Mi
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Student-loan debt hobbles African-American grads’ success. We all can help fix this.

A college education was once thought to be the key to upward mobility and the proverbial American Dream. Recent data now reveal that going to college and choosing a low-demand major can expose an individual to
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