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The Importance of Juneteenth

Maya Angelou once said, “I have great respect for the past. If you don’t know where you’ve come from, you don’t know where you’re going.” What is Juneteenth? Some may feel like it’s just another day off from work. Others embrace the holiday’s significance and

Bad Everglades Bill, SB 2508 VETOED by Gov. Ron DeSantis!

Thank you to the THOUSANDS of Floridians that called, emailed, wrote, and tweeted at Governor DeSantis. You helped defeat the bad Everglades and conservation bill, SB 2508. This budget-conforming bill wrongly contained significant policy changes that would have allowed for the faster destruction of our

Hurricanes & Florida: How have we not learned our lesson yet?

Hurricane season is upon us, and Floridians are already facing challenges in mitigating the possible threats of extreme weather events, including hurricanes and tropical storms. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Weather Service, there will be above-average hurricane activity this season. The

Earth Month is Poetry Month: Haiku Winners and Submissions

This April 2022 we celebrated Earth Month alongside National Poetry Month. Throughout the month, we accepted haiku submissions related to Florida nature. Winners and submissions can be seen below. Haikus are image-based poems that contain seventeen total syllables written in lines of five (5) seven (7), and again five (5)