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July 16, 2020, Miami Gardens, FL- Florida Memorial University is creating a research institute and solutions-focused think-tank to examine issues involving the intersection of racial disparities and injustice in Miami-Dade County and the state of Florida. The purpose of the FMU Social Justice Institute [SJI] is to serve as a resource for understanding and facilitating tangible reforms in order to achieve a more just and fair society.

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Culture meets Black excellence mixed with social justice and a collaborative vision of true freedom for all people. There is so much to look forward to at the inaugural Building A Different World: Reimagining The Future! 🗓 Join us October 22-23rd!😷 Due to COVID regulations there will be limited seating. Don't wait. Register Today! ➡️ DifferentWorld2021.Eventbrite.com ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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What a time to be alive! A global pandemic, #BlackLivesMatter, new presidents, a lil’ stimulus, and same ol' stuff. Black students and young people are continuing to build and shift culture and this is our moment to write the vision and make it plain. ✍🏿If you’re passionate about social justice, changing the world, and black joy then we have something special for you! Are you down? 👀Join @fmusji’s inaugural, "Building A Different World: Reimagining the Future" Conference happening October 22-23. This two day conference features 3 workshops, an HBCU style step competition, keynote address by @nseufot404 CEO of @newgeorgiaproject, a pop-up tailgate hosted by @papa_keith, and a list of speakers that slap and will leave you inspired and fired up! 🔥Register for FREE at DifferentWorld2021.eventbrite.com ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

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Join us as author and photographer Candacy Taylor will talk about her book, Overground Railroad: The Green Book, on the travel guide for African Americans circa 1936 -1966. This discussion will highlight equity and the importance of staying informed. ... See MoreSee Less
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(305) 626-3600
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15800 NW 42nd Ave, Miami Gardens, FL 33054

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