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Editor’s note: As this year’s annual Long Sleeve Relief Campaign came to a close, the Florida Catholic  Media asked the Farmworker Association of Florida office in Apopka if a reporter could spend a day in the office learning about what the association does and the concerns that are tackled.…

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ORLANDO  |  COVID-19 might have plummeted many American’s lives in crises of financial, physical and mental ways, but it did not slow efforts of support and advocacy at the Farmworker Association of Florida.

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MIAMI  |  Nikita Marino, a 17-year-old student at Immaculata-La Salle High School, can now call herself a scientist, an inventor, and an entrepreneur. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has approved one patent for a product she created, and a second patent application is under review.

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ORLANDO  |  Names like Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks might be synonymous with Black History Month, but mentioning their names only scratches the surface for a time when Americans of all ages and backgrounds can educate themselves about the accomplishments and struggles of the Black c…