Monday, November 28, 2022

Gabriela Enamorado

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Gabriela Enamorado is a junior at Florida International University majoring in journalism and minoring in History. She grew up in Fort Lauderdale and hopes to one day work for a magazine or newspaper.  

Ukrainian student in Miami has a “heavy guilt feeling”

Growing up in Ukraine shaped FIU International Business student Maksym Kazimir. He grew up in a time when Ukraine was a newly...

DC anti-abortion group claims to have obtained 115 aborted fetuses

A debate over several recovered fetuses that were allegedly the result of partial-birth abortions roiled the nation's capital last week.

“Girlhood: It’s Complicated” Exhibit Showcases Women’s History Month

During Women's History Month, the National Museum of American History's "Girlhood: It's Complicated" is highlighting women's stories throughout...
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D.C. Pub Celebrates St. Patrick’s Day despite pandemic (includes video story)

An Irish pub in the D.C. neighborhood Dupont Circle showed Irish pride by hosting St. Patrick’s Day celebrations...

Advocates worry about “Don’t Say Gay” bill’s effect on children’s mental health

The controversial “Don’t Say Gay” bill passed the Florida Senate last week and Gov. Ron DeSantis has indicated he will sign it...
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Bar helps build schools and clinics around the globe (includes video story)

On Washington DC’s historic U Street corridor, simply buying a brew goes a long way. The Saloon is a non-profit bar with an old-fashioned...
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DC Black businesses survive the pandemic (includes video story)

During the past two years, Black-owned businesses have most strongly felt the economic consequences of the pandemic. According to a Committee on Small Businesses...
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Florida House in D.C. hosts world premiere of new composition (includes video story)

The Florida House, the state's unofficial "embassy" in the nation's capital, recently hosted the world premiere of a new and unique symphony written by...
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Lunar New Year brings celebration in the U.S. (includes video story)

The Year of the Tiger officially began on February 1. Washington, D.C. always marks the lunar new year in its very own Chinatown –...

Museum in Fort Lauderdale displays LGBT History

Stonewall National Museum and Archives in Fort Lauderdale is saying "Don't Ask, Do Tell" in an exhibition that shows how the LGBT community responded...