Electric Book Lovers is a creative space for local authors and the community to engage in substantive dialogue. The event will feature a local author each month in various location in Dade and Broward county. The goal is to have a space where people who are electrified by books can have a great time and […]
As a part of the Miami Shores Community Church's recognition of the Martin Luther King Holiday, I will be discuss the work of the South Florida People of Color and the continuing need for antiracism education.
We're excited to kick-off 2018 with a brand new podcast series in the spirit ofDesigning the WE that will regularly highlight leaders & organizations from throughout greater Miami focused on making a positive impact on our community development! For episode #1, which falls on W.K. Kellogg Foundation's 2nd annualNational Day of Racial Healing #NDORH, our featured organization is Miami […]
Abraham Lincoln and Franklin D. Roosevelt: LESSONS IN LEADERSHIP Sunday, January 21, 2018 2PM – 4:30PM Members: FREE Non-Members: $20 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Conversation: Leadership in Crisis: The Parallel Legacies of Abraham Lincoln and Franklin D Roosevelt. Join Harold Holzer and Craig L. Symonds for a historical conversation exploring crucial parallels, distinct differences, and above all timeless […]
On Wednesday, January 31st from 6:30-9pm Community Justice Project, in partnership with the Miami Social Justice Table, Celebrate Diversity Miami, and Miami Shores PoC (South Florida People of Color) will screen I Am Not Your Negro followed by a discussion from Dr. Tameka Bradley Hobbs. The film screening, which is FREE and open to the public, will be held at Space Called Tribe, a […]
Screening of The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross, followed by a South Florida PBS community panel discussion and Q& A session. Join South Florida PBS and host Tamara G. for a virtual screening of highlights from Dr. Henry Louis Gates' award-winning documentary series, The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross, exploring African-American history from the origins […]
Don’t miss this virtual town hall meeting about how your civic engagement and voting give you power that makes your right to vote precious.
This presentation will explore the progress and peril African Americans experienced during the Reconstruction and Jim Crow eras. Reconstruction and the Jim Crow Era is part of a conversation series, "The Long History of Race Relations in Florida," convened by Florida Humanities in an effort to better understand the historical forces that influence Florida’s politics, culture, and economy.