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Tamica Jean-Charles

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Originally from the southwest coast of Florida, Tamica Jean-Charles is a journalism student at Florida International University. When she graduates she hopes to cover culture and urban communities for a big city. When she is not working, Tamica loves to attend local concerts and source out the best Haitian food in South Florida.

Gender-fluid Venezuelan voter in Doral casts first ballot for Bernie Sanders

The threat of COVID-19 will not deter Vin Perez-Milano from voting. The 2020 election is the first one in which Perez-Milano, a gender-fluid Venezuelan, can...

Florida primary election: Coronavirus edition

Welcome to Election Day in Florida! Despite postponements elsewhere, the Sunshine State has decided it will go through with its presidential preference primary after...
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SFMN Explainers: Florida Prepaid tuition

Some families who use the Florida Prepaid tuition program can expect money back this year. The rates are the lowest in five years, with...

Miami organization teams up with Black Lives Matter to hold a black presidential caucus

African Americans voted their presidential preference – provided with a detailed breakdown of different policies but no names – during a "black presidential caucus"...
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Amy Klobuchar choice of Iowa snowbirds in Southwest Florida

Despite being more than a thousand miles from the state, hundreds of Iowans participated in their state’s first-in-the-nation presidential vote Monday -- in Southwest...
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North Miami approves Wendy’s on 135th Street despite mock drive-thru protest

Eileen Bicaba’s North Miami home has bordered an empty lot for the last 25 years. Then a laundromat and Family Dollar were added and...

Hunger strike may be over, but the fight against gun violence runs on

Fourteen homicides have been reported since the beginning of the year, according to the last Miami-Dade police department data release. Many of these homicides...