Florida

Miami’s Black Affairs Board Chair Apologizes To Florida Governor After Board Member Called Him ‘Racist’

Florida’s governor faces protest from Black leaders for his opposition to AP African American Studies Course, but one chose to say sorry.
02/06/2023

Florida College Board Revises AP African American Studies Curriculum And Adds ‘Black Conservatism’

Respected authors like Alice Walker and Ta-Nehisi Coates were cut from the syllabus.
02/01/2023

College Board Says It Will Revise AP African American Studies Curriculum After Gov. DeSantis’ Rejection

Attorney Ben Crump has threatened a lawsuit, asking if DeSantis is ushering in an era of ‘free thought censorship.’
01/26/2023

Florida Gov. DeSantis Defends Banning AP African American Studies In State High Schools

He claims the curriculum has an ‘agenda’ to indoctrinate students, but Black leaders say the Republican is trying to whitewash history.
01/24/2023

Florida Gov. DeSantis Drops Proposed AP African American Studies Course For Florida High School Students

The state takes another step toward whitewashing historic racism.
01/20/2023

Florida Governor Wants Colleges To Prove They’re Not Pushing ‘Woke’ Ideology

Gov. Ron DeSantis has made campaigning against diversity and inclusion in the classroom and on the campus a mainstay of his governance.
01/06/2023

Former Fake Teen Doctor Sentenced To Prison For Latest Scam

Malachi Love-Robinson pleaded guilty to stealing from his employer.
01/04/2023

Florida Prosecutor Drops Domestic Battery Charges Against Ex-NFL Wide Receiver Antonio Brown

The Former Buccaneers player was involved in a verbal altercation with the alleged victim that turned physical.
12/22/2022

Irene Cara's Sad Last Days Revealed

Her neighbors shared that the 63-year-old singer/ songwriter was hella private and did not socialize with them– especially after COVID hit.
12/06/2022

Distinctive-Looking Viral Star Charles “Wide Neck” McDowell is In Jail Again

The rapper who shot to fame on the strength of his mugshot is accused of stalking and failing to make support payments.
11/29/2022

Florida City Uncovers Black Cemeteries That Were Paved Over In The 1950s

City officials said at the time that the deceased would be “relocated” to make room for a swimming pool and department store.
11/29/2022