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In 2021, Juneteenth became a federal holiday remembered as an end to the institutional chattel slavery in Galveston, Texas(1865). Union General Gordon Granger and his troops traveled to Galveston, Texas to announce General Order No.3 on June 19th, 1865.
Mentesnot is an established longtime citizen of Hillsborough County, and property owner continues to advocate and fight to remove fines that have been excessive code enforcement, which put his family property in jeopardy due to growing financial debt that
Thad Bereday, host of the Redemption Radio podcast, a former lawyer and former prison inmate, and his pastor, Rev. Justin LaRosa of The Portico, a non-traditional, social justice-focused church in downtown Tampa, both join Shelley on MidPoint to discuss t
The Salvation Army is making more housing available for people experiencing homelessness in North Lakeland. The post The Salvation Army adding more housing appeared first on WMNF.
As the Florida legislature continues to pass and promote bills addressing non-issues such as 'woke education' and discussions of human sexuality, there is still a very real crisis that Florida is facing: housing. Inflation, increased demand with a lack of
When it comes to fighting for equitable treatment and a healthier lifestyle, Jennifer Yeagley is at the forefront. She is the CEO of St. Petersburg Free Clinic, an organization helping to give everyone an opportunity to live healthily. Yeagley spoke with
A list of Tampa Bay area cold weather shelters open during a January 2022 cold snap in Pinellas and Hillsborough Counties and beyond. The post Tampa Bay area cold weather shelters open Friday and Saturday nights appeared first on WMNF.