Wednesday, October 20, 2021

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.

Will Collier County defund its police department? (includes multimedia content)

Amid the continuous protests against racial injustice that erupted this summer across the nation, one action was demanded by protesters everywhere-- defund the police....

The future of Miami nightlife (includes video story)

Daniela Molina, founder of Out of Service, an event agency in Miami that hosts well-known reggaeton party El Perreo, had just held the second...
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Hialeah native, 24, runs against former state senator for commission seat

While many of his peers were starting their careers or finishing school, Adrian Jimenez decided to run for the District 13 seat on the...

Protestors spar after Oakes Farms owner calls George Floyd “a disgraceful career criminal”

Black Lives Matter protestors took to streets of Naples for the fifth time since June 1 this past weekend. They were protesting Oakes Farms,...

Protestors hit the streets of Naples again to support Black Lives Matter

Protestors marched on the streets of Naples this week to condemn racial injustice for the fourth time. Last week, there was also a protest...
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Hundreds of George Floyd protesters gather near Naples courthouse. Four arrested.

Following the example of cities across the nation, hundreds of people attended two days of peaceful protest in support of Black Lives Matter at...

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"...