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Vaccine Racial Disparity an Access Issue, Black Seniors Say

Community members say access is cause of vaccine disparity
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Orlando clergy members issue concerns over bill aimed at cracking down on protesting in Florida

Channel 9 political reporter, Christopher Heath, spokes with supporters and critics of the bill as it gets its first hearing today in Tallahassee.
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Local Leaders: Service on MLK Jr. Day Even More Important This Year

Past year brings to forefront the significance of service
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Women celebrate swearing in of Vice President Kamala Harris

"It's just so exciting for so many women who have been able to see this glass ceiling to be completely shattered."
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Fellow Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority sisters watch Kamala Harris become vice president making history

Twelve years after the first African American president was sworn in, the United States made history once again with the first female Vice President Kamala Harris.
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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Declares January 20 "Kamala Harris Day"

Harris was a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha in college.
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FAMU Professor Explains 25th Amendment’s Section Four

Section 4 allows officials to declare the president unfit.
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Policies Aren't Contracts: Why Social Media Can Decide When Trump Crosses the Line | Legaltech News

Social media companies don’t have to consistently enforce their policies or terms of services. And there's little legal recourse for those looking to force them to abide more closely to their own rules.
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This is "WFTV-HD_2021_01_07_00_18_51" by Anthony Colarossi on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
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‘The most wickedest happenings of a lifetime’: Secret letter uncovers details of Ocoee Massacre 100 years later

A secret letter recently uncovered provides an untold eyewitness account to the terror unleashed in Ocoee 100 years ago, when Black people tried to vote and were forced out of town.
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