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Attorney to address elder law at library

Attorney to address elder law at library

Michael Pyle will discuss elder law during a free program at 3 p.m. Wednesday, March 12, at the Daytona Beach Regional Library at City Island. Pyle, a Daytona Beach attorney and elder law specialist, will explain the effects of age and the need for nursing home care, wills, trusts, powers of attorney and health care […]

Jazz and eggs: Society hosts breakfast to fund cultural programs

Jazz and eggs: Society hosts breakfast to fund cultural programs

It was undeniably a cool collection of hits by Rob’s JazzExpress for the recent 12th Annual Jazz Breakfast in support of the African American Cultural Society and its cultural programs. The breakfast was presented by the Omni Committee at the African American Cultural Society. Cultural programs funded by the revenues pulled in, and combined with […]

Church to honor Mother Butts

Church to honor Mother Butts

The members of Butts Miracle Temple Church of God in Christ, Daytona Beach, will celebrate Mother Willie Mae Butts and her 53 years of ministry March 1 at 6 p.m. The celebration will be at Butts Miracle Temple Church of God in Christ of East Central Florida, 636 Hawk St. The guest speaker will be Pastor […]

BRIEFS

BRIEFS

Cinematique to host civil rights film festival March 8 and 9 The Friends of the Daytona Beach Library and Cinematique will present a two-day film festival featuring three films that dramatize events from America’s civil rights and post civil rights eras. The films will be shown at the Cinematique Theater, 242 S. Beach St., Daytona […]

Justice refused for another African-American teenager?

Justice refused for another African-American teenager?

JUDGE GREG MATHIS SPECIAL TO THE NNPA FROM THE MICHIGAN CHRONICLE My thoughts and prayers are with Ron Davis and Lucia McBath, the parents whose teenage son was murdered on November 23, 2012. Jordan Davis was killed following an argument with an older White male who became upset that Davis and his friends were playing […]

The value of HBCUs –  Part II

The value of HBCUs – Part II

With specific emphasis on Howard University, let’s consider a few solutions to the challenges HBCUs face. There are some who say HBCUs are irrelevant and no longer necessary because we are living in a “post-racial” society, mainly because a Black man was elected president of the U.S. You’ve heard it: He who defines you also […]

Free Press distorts Black TV ownership

Free Press distorts Black TV ownership

Over the past few months there have been several news stories about no Blacks owning major broadcast TV stations anymore. The cries have bordered on mass hysteria. It turns out that the story is not true. Most of this hysteria in the media has been created by Free Press, a White, liberal advocacy group. According […]

Blacks have more reasons to be fearful than Whites

Blacks have more reasons to be fearful than Whites

In the years after enslavement, Southern Whites did all they could to return to a manner of slavery. No White “owned” a Black person, but many Whites behaved as if they did. Theoretically, Blacks were free to come and go as they pleased, but if they went to the wrong store, sat in the wrong […]

Victory lap continues for Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Victory lap continues for Dale Earnhardt Jr.

BY GEORGE DIAZ ORLANDO SENTINEL/MCT Dale Earnhardt Jr. is enjoying the ride. “Late Show with David Letterman?” Check. “Good Morning America?” Check. ESPN? Check. The media blitz has been a bit of a magical mystery tour for Earnhardt, who has had little time for anything else other than celebrating and answering questions since winning the […]

WPUL-AM 1590 goes silent

WPUL-AM 1590 goes silent

Technical problems cause shutdown FROM STAFF REPORTS After 25 years, five months, 18 days, 21 hours, three minutes and 21 seconds of continuous radio broadcasting, WPUL-AM 1590, Volusia County’s only Black-owned radio station, signed off for the foreseeable future on Monday morning, Feb. 17, at 3:03 a.m. The reason for the shutdown: Technical problems. Covered […]