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FAMU’s Bromell moves to the front lines

Shadell Bromellhas made it her business to be on the front lines and fight for her people during the recent Black LivesMatter protests in Tallahassee. She’s also been taking a stand on behalf  Oluwatoyin“Toyiin” Salau, a 19-year-old Tallahassee activist who was a victim of sexual assault and murder. Bromell is […]

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Coronavirus pandemic also affects toddlers

With the outbreak of the coronavirus putting the world on hold, younger kids who are usually in day care aren’t being properly stimulated. This is forcing parents and guardians to balance working and successfully entertaining children who need constant attention. Luisa Martin,  director of First Steps Prep Childcare in Tallahassee, […]

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Faith, passion power Caleb Houston

PENSACOLA — During the past month, the K.Y.L.E Project  in Pensacola has organized and gathered residents of all races and backgrounds to protest and demand reform from local and federal governments. They want to see an end to police brutality and the birth of race reconciliation. The K.Y.L.E Project stands […]

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COVID-19 and its effects on FAMU’s international students

More than one million international students are finding their lives at a standstill in cities across the United States amid the coronavirus pandemic. Florida A&M University’s international students are no exception. FAMU is home to roughly 270 degree-seeking international students, said William Hyndman, the assistant vice president of the International […]

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Community gathers to honor ‘Toyin’

Sadness, anger, and hope were among the emotions expressed as people of all races gathered at the Florida Capitol Wednesday evening to honor the life of Oluwatoyin Salau. Salau who was a Black Lives Matter member and an active protester in Tallahassee, was found dead Saturday after being reported missing […]