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FAMU Professor Demands 50% Interest Rate On Personal Loan

MICHELLE FERRIER               A Florida A & M University professor loaned an employee $3,000 because the employee had not received her pay check from the school. Then, the professor reportedly sent the employee a repayment schedule for the loan. In the letter Dr. Michelle Ferrier allegedly sent to an employee, she stated, “I am…

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Single Black Female

‘Single Black Female,’ Theatrical Production, Opens This Weekend

Left, India Davison, and right, Simone Farrell.     BY KENYA WOODARD Sentinel Feature Writer     The upcoming theatrical performance “Single Black Female” – which opens this weekend at Stageworks Theater – shares wordplay with a popular ’90s movie, but that’s where the similarities end. The show is a series of vignettes written by playwright…

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The Supremes

Motown Christmas Classics Get New Life With Animated Music Videos

The Supremes, circa mid 1960s: Florence Ballard, Mary Wilson and Diana Ross. Photo: AP The Temptations, circa mid 1960s: Melvin Franklin, Paul Williams, Eddie Kendricks, David Ruffin and Otis Williams. Photo: Hulton Archive (Getty Images)   Tis the season indeed. As the holiday season kicks off into high gear this week (with Black Friday and all), music lovers…

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Elliott and Darla Saunders

Walk For Life’ Planned For Saturday

DARLA AND ELLIOTT SAUNDERS   Advocates for Safer Communities, Inc., invites youth and their families to join us for the “Walk for Life: Health, Prevention and Safety Awareness” event, sponsored by Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice. The Walk For Life will be held on Saturday, December 7, 2019, from 10 a. m. to 1:…

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Magic Johnson Draws Large Crowd At Cyrus Greene Park

A large crowd gathered at Cyrus Greene Playground recently when popular former athlete and businessman Magic Johnson stopped by. Retired professional baseball player Gary Sheffield, Mayor Jane Castor, Councilman Orlando Gudes, Pastor Jones, of Heaven Destiny Church, who sponsored the event, Ms. Tamara Shamburger, Hillsborough County School Board member, and others prepared to distribute turkeys….

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St. Luke Ministries Hosts Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon

Among those in attendance were: Youth Pastors Sergio Collins and Alicia Collins, of St. Luke Ministries, Inc., Pastors Arthur L. Johnson, Sr., and Clarise Johnson, of St. Luke Ministries, Inc., and Dr. Shandale Terrell.                On Friday, November 22nd, Pastors Arthur L. Johnson, Sr., Clarise Johnson and Youth Pastors Sergio Collins andAlicia Collins of St. Luke Ministries,…

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Natalie Williams

American Kinesiotherapy Association Elects New President

NATALIE WILLIAMS   BY KENYA WOODARD Sentinel Feature Writer   Natalie Williams grew up assisted with the care of an uncle who was a disabled veteran. So, it’s fitting that recently she was named the newest president of the American Kinesiotherapy Association, a professional organization for those who provide rehabilitative therapy using techniques that were…

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Reginald Roundtree

Former News Anchor Sues WTSP For Age Discrimination And Retaliation

REGINALD ROUNDTREE BY MONIQUE STAMPS Sentinel Feature Writer                   Everybody knows the familiar and endearing face of former local news star, Reginald Roundtree.                    As he sat down for an exclusive interview with the Sentinel from his attorney’s office, he is looking good and feeling fine.  The beloved anchor and popular personality is ready to get his story out.                     Earlier this year, Roundtree was…

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Belinthia Berry - 2019

Free SAT/ACT Bootcamp For Juniors And Seniors

Belinthia A. Berry National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Tampa Bay Area Chapter partners to offer free exam prep                     The National Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc. -Tampa Bay Area Chapter (NCBW-TBAC), in partnership with Women of Virtue (WOV) will provide a free SAT/ACT Bootcamp at Dr. Carter G. Woodson K-8th Leadership Academy, starting…

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