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"No Race-Mixing at Dade Christian School" : A Story of the Not-so-Distant Past


After attending the fifth grade graduation and awards ceremony of my 11-year-old granddaughter at the second largest Christian school in Miami-Dade County, a sadness overwhelmed me.














 
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Separation Helps No One


Kindness has been evicted from our consciousness. To be gentle and tender-hearted seem to be lost and forgotten.

Here's how separation helps no one.













 
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In Which Major Athletes can we see divine Inspiration?


Following the triumph of legendary golfer Tiger Woods at the 2019 Masters, NEWD posted a piece about the visibility of God in the tournament.

Woods has not always been the most godly figure, to say the least, but there was a near-divine inspiration in his climb back to the top of the sport.











 
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We Can Never Go Home Again: Afro-Cubans in Miami


Among the 1 million Cubans living in Miami, most would be considered rubio by Cubans.

Yet, two-thirds of the population in Cuba is Black. Where are they?







 
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We Can Never Go Home Again: Haitians in Miami


The first installment of our HOLA America, Hello Culture series about immigration in Miami features Haitians.

Learn the story of how Haitians struggle for position Miami while fighting stigma, gentrification and little buying power.

 
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We Can Never Go Home Again: Introducing The African Diaspora and Migrant Groups in Miami

This is our intro to our HOLA America, Hello Culture series about immigration to Miami.

Learn the stories of the African diaspora and how they immigrated to this major coastal city.
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A Letter to Donald Trump: 'I Didn't Vote for You But I'm Praying for You'

The Donald was elected despite what the polls and many experts and pundits predicted would not happen. This is a clear example of why one should not believe everything you see, hear or read.

The pollsters got it wrong. And, on this day, I have just come from doing my prison ministry before sitting down to write this column. 

 


The sun still rose in the east and apparently will continue to set in the west. The sky has not fallen and I am still alive, occupying until He comes, doing what He has called me to do. The pollsters got it wrong. And, on this day, I have just come from doing my prison ministry before sitting down to write this column. 

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