A City Mourns

February 21, 2018 Staff 0
Vigils were held around the state this week to honor the 17 lives lost in the South Florida school shooting. Jacksonville joined in the commemorations as community members gathered Monday evening at a candlelight vigil […]

Tax Cut Will Widen the Racial Divide

February 20, 2018 Staff 0
by Rev. Jesse Jackson President Donald Trump keeps boasting about the low black unemployment rate, although African Americans still suffer nearly twice the unemployment rate as whites do. What Trump never mentions is the growing racial […]

Trump’s Parade Plan a Waste of Money

February 20, 2018 Staff 0
by Dr. Julianne Malveaux Now “45” wants a parade. He wants it in November, probably before the mid-term elections. Some see it as move to mobilize his base and stroke his own ego; others actually […]

Legacy of Brewster Hospital Honored

February 15, 2018 admin 0
Local nursing students received firsthand insight into the lives of the city’s Black nurses during segregation at a program sponsored by the First Coast Black Nurses’ Association and the Nursing department at FSCJ. Brewster Hospital, […]
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