MIAMI – The Black Affairs Advisory Board under the Office of Community Advocacy joined the rest of the country commemorating the legacy of black civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. who was assassinated 50 years ago. The tribute ceremony took place on Wednesday, April 4 at Miami-Dade’s Downtown Government Center.
Minister of Education, Senator Ruel Reid (second left) accepting the keys to Broward County by County Commissioner Dale Holness (third left) at the Third (3rd) Biennial Advancement Education Summit recently held at the Miramar City Hall. The three-day Summit was hosted by the Jamaica Diaspora Education Task Force and attracted a large turnout of attendees from education related institutions both in Jamaica and here in the USA, as well as alumni associations and other charity groups here in the Diaspora.
COCONUT CREEK, Fla. (March 28, 2018) – The lives of nonviolent prisoners are being transformed, thanks to the loving support of Food For The Poor donors who believe in second chances. Dozens of men and women jailed in Caribbean and Latin American prisons are finding freedom this Easter season.
Miami — Esperanzita Castillo, a recent graduate of the Greater Miami Service Corps (GMSC)Youth Build program, currently serving as an AmeriCorps VISTA under the Points of Light ServiceWorks program at GMSC, was honored on February 14, by The Corps Network, the National Association of Service and Conservation Corps, as a 2018 Corps member of the Year.