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  • Sanford resident: 'We stand in solidarity with the city of Baltimore'

    Sanford resident: 'We stand in solidarity with the city of Baltimore'
    Like other Sanford residents, Francis Oliver has been following the unrest in Baltimore since 25-year-old Freddie Gray's death. Oliver was one of about a dozen people who stood in front of the Seminole County Courthouse in Sanford Friday evening to show...
  • 150 artists and a Ferguson, Mo., police car at political pop-up 'Manifest Justice'

    150 artists and a Ferguson, Mo., police car at political pop-up 'Manifest Justice'
    It couldn't be a more poignant moment in which to have an exhibition on the topic of social justice. Baltimore is reeling from riots in the wake of Freddie Gray's death, the young man whose spine was severed while in the custody of police officers. And...
  • Trayvon Martin's mom sees progress in Baltimore

    Trayvon Martin's mom sees progress in Baltimore
    Trayvon Martin's mother tells CNN she was surprised but encouraged by the charges against six Baltimore police officers in Freddie Gray's death. "I just absolutely think this is a step in the right direction," Sybrina Fulton told CNN's Rene Marsh....
  • Orlando jury acquits woman jailed in Ferguson shooting demonstration

    Orlando jury acquits woman jailed in Ferguson shooting demonstration
    An Orlando jury deliberated just 30 minutes before acquitting a young womanwho was arrested last year outside a police chiefs gathering in Orange County while protesting the fatal shooting of black men by police. Shamile Louis, 23, of Miami, was one...
  • Pastors call for unity, action following Baltimore riots

    Pastors call for unity, action following Baltimore riots
    More than 100 pastors from throughout the U.S. gathered in Orlando on Wednesday to talk about racial reconciliation and issues of injustice in the wake of the Baltimore riots. "This situation goes beyond race," said Bishop Angel Núñez, pastor of the...
  • Sanford, Ocoee show complexities in search for racial harmony

    Sanford, Ocoee show complexities in search for racial harmony
    Sanford and Ocoee have tried what other cities only talk about: bridging the divide between black and white. In 1999, Ocoee created its West Orange Racial Reconciliation Task Force. In 2012, black and white pastors formed Sanford Pastors Connecting...
  • The Latest: Demonstrators march through rain to city hall

    6 p.m. A group of marchers stood in the lobby of North Charleston City Hall discussing ways to move the community forward after Walter Scott's shooting. Participants talked about how their lives have been touched by gun violence and law enforcement....
  • After 18 months, no answers from feds in Ga. gym mat death

    Long after Kendrick Johnson was found dead inside a rolled-up gym mat at his high school in south Georgia, those closest to the case remain deeply divided over how the teenager died. Sheriff's investigators concluded 17-year-old Johnson died in a freak...
  • Ethnic constructs are pointless in our multiracial society

    Not long ago, the New York Times uncovered the artifact that Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush had once listed himself as "Hispanic" on a Florida voter registration form. Bush is married to a Mexican-American. He lived for a number of years in...
  • Urban League invites presidential candidates to speak at Fort Lauderdale conference

    Urban League invites presidential candidates to speak at Fort Lauderdale conference
    The National Urban League has invited presidential candidates Hillary Clinton, Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. Rand Paul and Sen. Marco Rubio to speak in Fort Lauderdale during its July conference, "Save Our Cities: Education, Jobs & Justice!" If they accept, the...
  • The world according to George Zimmerman

    The world according to George Zimmerman
    It really would be best for the world if George Zimmerman would stay in seclusion. Best for him, too. But he can't help himself. And instead of letting much of America just think he's a total buffoon, he comes out in public and removes any doubt. So...