As your sheriff, my number one priority will always be to keep our community safe. In a short time, we have made significant changes toward restructuring the agency and directing our efforts toward providing the highest level of public safety service the Broward County community expects and deserves. We have begun by implementing smart personnel changes, instituting a variety of significant training measures, introducing new crime-fighting initiatives, maximizing transparency and encouraging communication.
“The passage of Amendment 4 was a political, ethical, and moral victory especially, for Blacks, and people of color in Florida. As many different organizations and different individuals take their victory lap, everyone must remember that the battle is not over,” as I wrote in a previous article, called “Amendment 4 Has Passed and Implementation Questions Start.”
“There is no real crisis at the border. This is just another attempt to distract from the fact that neither Mexico, Democrats or the American people want to pay for Donald Trump’s ridiculously expensive and racist border wall”– Caribbean American Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke voices her disapproval over United States President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency.
Seems rarer and rarer these days to see advertising on television or anywhere that says that around 12 percent to 14 percent of the United States population is considered to be black or African American.