Category : Black Local and National News

by Staff - 5 days ago

Growing the Voices of Our Future

 The Westside Gazette Newspaper is honored to feature these contributions made by local students.  FLLibrary now open on Terminal 3, Concourse F Kelvin Watson, Broward County Library Director, explains the concept of FLLibary to young reporter Oniya...

by Staff - 5 days ago

Are Women More Oppressed Than Black Men?

By Nicole Nutting and Don Valentine He Said:  I caught an interesting article on N.P.R.  The topic was which segment of society Black men or women are more oppressed?  For the sake of discourse, let’s acknowledge the Merriam Webster definition for “O...

by Staff - 5 days ago

When you plan to fail

A Message From Our Publisher For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV) By Bobby R. Henry, Sr.       Coming off a rejuvenated experien...

by Staff - 5 days ago

Regina McPhee Jackson has written her final page here on earth

Regina’s thoughts and writings will never again fill the pages of the Westside Gazette Newspaper. It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our dear friend Regina McPhee Jackson. Regina passed on June 9, 2019. Her services will be held...

by Staff - 5 days ago

WeGo Statement on the Metro Council Budget Vote June 19, 2019

Please see the statement below from WeGo Public Transit’s CEO Steve Bland, regarding last night’s Metro Council Budget vote. We appreciate the robust conversation and efforts of Metro Council last night to adopt a budget that addresses the needs of...

by Staff - 6 days ago

Walk, ride and camp to support cancer patients

Fighting cancer is not only about research to find a cure. It’s also about supporting patients who often need financial assistance, guidance through the healthcare system and emotional relief. Helping local nonprofits address these needs the focus of...

by Staff - 6 days ago

World Refugee Day

June 20 is World Refugee Day, when people from around the world are supposed to take some time to try to understand what refugees go through when they leave a country and seek refuge in another.