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WORLD AIDS MUSEUM AND EDUCATIONAL CENTER AND GALLERIA FORT LAUDERDALE TO HONOR WORLD AIDS DAY WITH OFFICIAL ROCK THE RIBBON CEREMONY ON DECEMBER 1

World AIDS Museum and Educational Center and Galleria Fort Lauderdale are collaborating to honor World AIDS Day with an official public event designed to raise awareness and voices in unison for global health. The public is invited on Thursday, December 1, at 8:30 a.m., to participate in an official kickoff ceremony in honor of World AIDS Day at Galleria Fort Lauderdale (2414 E. Sunrise Blvd.). Attendees are encouraged to register in advance at WAM’s Rock The Ribbon page. […]

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Thanksgiving isn’t just about the food, it’s about being with your loved ones. Allow your loved ones the opportunity to express their gratitude. Typically, Americans will spend the day with their families or a group of friends, giving thanks for life, breath, the food we eat, the friends we have, the blessings they have in their lives. […]

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The Adrienne Arsht Center Brings an Interactive-Enlightening Series of Paid Professional Development Opportunities for South Florida Artists

     Ahead of the grand display of performances for Miami Art Week December 1-3rd, throughout the month of November, The Adrienne Arsht Center produced community engagement initiatives with artists of multidisciplinary mediums, disciplines and art forms for an Artist Residency with some of the cast and creative team members from the production, “The Head and The Load.” Premiering during Miami Art week. Not only did I have the pleasure of serving as The Project Coordinator for this Project and assisting with residency logistics and facilitation, but I was also able to participate and explore the creative process as an artist— and I’ve got the full scoop for you right here. […]

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America’s First Black Millionaires

Prior to Madam C.J. Walker, there was millionaire Jeremiah Hamilton. His birth is murky depending on whom he talked to. His death certificate stated he was born in the West Indies, but most scholars cite him as Haitian born. Mr. Hamilton put the other merchants of Wall Street in the awkward position of having to negotiate with a Black broker. […]