The Toussaint L’Ouverture exhibit is being generously shared with the MDC community through a partnership with the Haitian Heritage Museum. The exhibit will be on display from the opening reception through Friday, July 28. Visits during the college’s open business hours are welcome. To arrange a guided tour please call 305-237-1450.
Activities are planned throughout the month for the celebration. The Beyond Literacy Pop-Up Book Booth Unveiling & Resource Fair on Saturday, June 16, will raise awareness of multicultural authors, innovators, and entrepreneurs in South Florida. The Resource Fair will connect the community to educational opportunities at MDC.
The Unity Festival on Wednesday, June 20, will feature artists and musicians from MDC and South Florida Caribbean community. The event will feature pulsating sounds from the Caribbean.
The STEMversation with Dr. Rolando Santos titled Why the Everglades Ecosystem Health matters for South Florida’s Coastal Habitats and Fisheries? will take place, Wednesday, June 27. Santos is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Southeast Environmental Research Center. He will discuss his extensive work in the coastal habitats of South Florida and focus on the impact of freshwater management activities related to the Everglades and the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP) on fisheries dynamics in this region.