Pensacola Voice

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Date registered: January 5, 2012

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  1. NAACP Black Lives Matter Rally in Ft. Walton Focuses on 2004 Black Man’s Death from Police Alleged Excessive Force — December 18, 2014
  2. The “From Pensacola With Love” Group Successfully Challenges Flying of Confederate Flag — December 18, 2014
  3. PROTEST VOICES ARE HEARD IN DOWNTOWN PENSACOLA — December 11, 2014
  4. STUDER OFFERS $5.2 MILLION FOR ECUA SITE IN THE HISTORICALLY BLACK “TAN YARD” COMMUNITY — December 4, 2014
  5. PRESIDENT OBAMA CALLS FOR POLICE TRAINING FUNDS AS ST. LOUIS GRAND JURY PROTESTS SPREAD — December 4, 2014

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  1. Charles Haynes Inducted into the 1976 National Black Hall of Fame — 1 comment
  2. A LONG FALL FROM GRACE — 1 comment
  3. ELDER YATES ENDORES OBAMA’S RE-ELECTION — 1 comment
  4. Rev. Powell Recipient of 2012 Florida Education Award — 1 comment

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Oct 15

HOPE FOR TOMORROW Rebuilt one service at a time

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By Jacqueline Arnold The word says “come unto me all that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest” (Matt 11:28) The Waterfront Rescue of Pensacola has one mission: Demonstrate God’s Goodness by Providing Rescue and Recovery Services in Jesus’ Name. The Mission moved to its’ new Herman street location six months …

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Oct 15

PASSING THE MANTLE: PLEASANT HILL BAPTIST WELCOMES NEW PASTOR

Pastor L.D. Wesley, Sr. (R ) and his wife (L) during his initial years at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church.

By Wesley Martin This upcoming Sunday, October 7, Pastor-Elect Elmore Locke III will be formally installed as the senior pastor of the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church (3438 Market Street) at 3 p.m. Locke, 33, says he has been involved in ministry since the age of seven. “I heard the voice of God at the age …

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Oct 15

Q&A with an Olympian:

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Pensacola Voice sits down with Justin Gatlin   How was London? London was electrifying! It was nice to see how the rest the of the world looks – not just track and field but the Olympics in general. You received a lot of negative media scrutiny in the past, how does it feel to prove …

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Oct 15

A TALE OF RESILIENCE

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“It’s a battle,” said Mary Muller, 65. “Any type of cancer is a battle, physically and mentally. It’s a challenge, but my thing is that I try to think positive.” Fifteen years ago, Muller was diagnosed with breast cancer. “Well,” said Muller, “I had bilateral breast cancer, so I had it in both breasts, and …

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Oct 15

FALSE EVIDENCE APPEARING REAL : FEAR 101

You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You must do the thing which you think you cannot do. – Eleanor Roosevelt By LaDonna Spivey Fear is defined as “an unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely …

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Oct 15

JOE SIMON: R&B LEGEND CAMPAIGNS FOR OBAMA

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By: Wesley Martin Joe Simon, former Rhythm and Blues singer and Grammy Award winner, will attend a press conference Friday, October 12 at the Truth for Youth Belmont Building (432 W. Belmont Street). The press conference will begin at 5 p.m. Simon is best remembered for Number 1 R&B hits like The Chokin’ Kind (1969), …

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Oct 15

Crossing finish line: citizens compete in local triathlon

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By: Jacquie Miles Approximately 1200 people participated in the 17th Annual Santa Rosa Island Triathlon held last Saturday morning, October 6, at Pensacola Beach. Beginning with a 600 yard swim, participants took to 76 degree waters for the first leg of a three part race. “This was my first one, so I started out barely …

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Sep 27

Community Calendar 9/27/12 – 10/3/12

September 28th Pensacola Seafood Festival presented by the Fiesta of Five Flags Association will be held September 28-30, 2012 in historic Seville Square, Fountain Park and Bartram Park. Admission to the festival is free. October 5th Perdido Key Oktoberfest Oct. 5-6 13200 Gulf Beach Hwy. (former Sacred Heart Soccer Fields) For info Call Caron Sjoberg …

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Sep 27

LONG HOLLOW FESTIVAL

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By Wesley Martin It was no DeLuna Fest. Rock groups like Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters did not make a special appearance. But, the 2012 Equinox Festival, held in Pensacola’s Long Hollow Neighborhood was still an event worth attending. The festival, held last Saturday from noon until 10 p.m. in a vacant lot adjacent …

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Sep 27

VOTERS RALLY

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By Wesley Martin “I think the Democratic Party has done a very poor job in trying to get African Americans to vote,” said Robert Hill, general manager and radio personality for WRNE 980 AM. “They’re relying on the communities themselves to [register voters] and the communities really don’t have an orchestrated, premeditated way of getting …

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