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MIAMI-DADE – Workplace harassment continues to be a pressing issue for employees and employers, and Miami-Dade County is taking it seriously.

Caribbean children are believed to be among thousands separated from their families as part of United States President Donald Trump’s policy of stemming the tide of illegal immigration through the U.S.-Mexico border.

A Jamaican man was sentenced to prison for posting revenge porn featuring his American ex-girlfriend.

ORLANDO, Fla. – State Representative Geraldine F. Thompson (D – Windermere), Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services Nikki Fried, family members of the Groveland Four, and state wide community activists will hold a press conference on December 10, 2019 at 1:00 pm in the Fourth Floor Capitol Rotunda to call for exoneration of the Groveland Four. Family members of the Groveland Four and activists throughout Florida continue to call for exoneration of the men accused of raping a white woman in Groveland, Florida, in 1949. The racial injustice suffered by the Groveland Four was placed on the agenda of the first meeting of the new Florida Cabinet on January 11, 2019. During that meeting, Governor Ron DeSantis and Cabinet members voted to pardon the young African American men who were unjustly convicted of rape in 1949 and granted a new trial by the United States Supreme Court in 1951.

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