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News 6 is transforming Real Talk into shorter monthly conversations focused on solutions to the issues impacting minority communities around Central Florida.
After a year of intense scrutiny of policing, Gov. Ron DeSantis formally received a bill Monday that includes new use-of-force training requirements for officers.
News 6 will be hosting the Real Talk: A Candid Conversation on What's Changed town hall on June 15 from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Meet the panel of experts who will be sharing their knowledge during the Real Talk: A Candid Conversation on What's Changed town hall on June 15.
For years Wayne Brady had been working on a one-man show about being a young Black man growing up in Orlando, but he could never finish the project.
Despite the hardships they may have faced, many Black men and women have fought relentlessly to become pioneers in fields that previously would have shunned them.
During the Real Talk: Obstacles and Opportunities town hall, we want you to hear from the firsts.
For someone who’s spent his 50-year career behind the camera, Tee Taylor is no stranger to the spotlight.
As demonstrations against police brutality roiled the country earlier this year, Antoine Mickle began noticing the flags going up in his Florida neighborhood declaring “Blue Lives Matter."
Greeks are credited with the emergence of the Tarpon Springs sponge docks, but Black residents were among the industry’s earliest leaders.
Students from the FAMU College of Law are hosting a virtual town hall Wednesday evening to discuss a number of topics they say have affected African-American and minority communities, including race and how to progress as a society.
Orange County community leaders are joining pastors and civic-based organizations to host the Central Florida Vote Fest, aimed at getting more minorities and African Americans to vote.