The F. Malcolm Cunningham, Sr. Bar Association awards scholarships to well-deserving third-year African American law students, scheduled to take the bar exam in July 2019.
“My victory tonight speaks volumes to just how far this community has come. The son of a maid and a taxi cab driver has been elected Mayor,” Demings said.
Orlando State Representatives Carlos Guillermo Smith filed legislation this week to overhaul Florida’s draconian marijuana possession laws. HB 1403/SB 1662 re-categorizes misdemeanor criminal offenses for minor possession as non-criminal civil violations. If passed, adults and minors would no longer be subject to arrest for unlawful possession of “personal use quantities of cannabis” defined as one […]
Aramis Ayala made history being elected the first African-American female state attorney, pulling off a huge upset against incumbent Jeff Ashton. The new Orange-Osceola County state attorney previously served her community as both a defender and a prosecutor, offering a much-needed perspective from both sides of the court. Ayala called the victory “humbling” and “exciting.” […]
Orange County deputies said Monday, the human remains found last Friday in Ocoee, are those of an African-American female, with a small frame.
African American men have become a hot commodity, that’s according to the results of a recent survey by the world’s largest sugar daddy dating website, SeekingArrangement.com.
To folks of my generation, to folks of my race, and to folks who fought with us for justice and freedom, what I saw was overwhelming.
Murder in Florida is the lead broadcast story and is on the front pages of newspapers far and wide.
The election is now over and here we are. What do we as African-Americans have to look forward to for the next four years?