Posted in Caring Pensacola Protests

Driving cars into protestors on the rise

On Saturday, June 6, Jason Uphaus, who was attending a Black Lives Matter protest at Graffiti Bridge, made news when he was carried on the…

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Posted in Caring Education

Commission asked to put Escambia Children’s Trust on ballot

For decades, Escambia County has wrestled with the impact of poverty on children. The county has been at or near the bottom of state lists…

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IP seeks grant applicants

The International Paper Pensacola Mill is accepting applications for International Paper Foundation grants at www.ipgiving.com through Monday, July 6. In 2019, the foundation awarded $65,000…

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Posted in Caring Escambia County Politics

Escambia County: One out of every five children lives in poverty

The Florida Chamber Foundation’s Prosperity Initiative has taken on the goal of reducing the number of children in poverty to less than 10% by 2030….

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Posted in Caring Escambia County Pensacola Protests

Powerful video from local ministers: ‘The time is now’

A Reflection on MLK’s Letter from Birmingham Jail Clergy from seven historic downtown religious communities in Pensacola, FL reflect on Martin Luther King Jr’s “Letter…

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Pensacola MESS Hall reopens

After temporarily closing its doors in March to protect the health and safety of visitors, staff, and volunteers, the Pensacola MESS Hall has officially reopened…

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Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival announces 2020 Emerging Artists

PENSACOLA, FLA. – The Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival has partnered with Artel Gallery to bring you a painter and a printmaker as our Emerging Artists….

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Posted in Caring News Politics Protests

Statement from George W. Bush on death of George Floyd

Laura and I are anguished by the brutal suffocation of George Floyd and disturbed by the injustice and fear that suffocate our country. Yet we…

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Sunday’s Child announces grant finalists

Sunday’s Child, a Pensacola Bay area nonprofit that promotes LGBTQ+ inclusion and equality, has announced the selection of eight finalists vying for four grants of $25,000…

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