JoinÂ New America Media for a roundtable discussion with Miami area ethnic media, immigrant advocacy organizations and recently naturalized citizens on the role of ethnic media in the citizenship campaign of 2015. How many Miami-Dade immigrants are eligible to apply for US citizenship â€” and what would happen if they did? How do changes in US-Cuba relations and Haitian family visas affect Miami immigrants? What are the major hurdles that prevent immigrants from becoming citizens, and what can ethnic media do to address them?
Saturday, May 12, Community Partnership for Homeless, 1550 N Miami Avenue, Miami Womenade present Mother’s Day Celebration for the mothers who reside at Chapman Partnership. Help collect hygiene items for the Women and Children who reside at our centers. Accepting donations through Friday May 18th. Please contact Grace Ugalde, Events Coordinator at 305-329-3081 or email@example.com. […]
Thursday, May 22 7pm-9pm -Â BarÃº Urbano Midtown,Â 3252 NE 1st Avenue, Suite 124, MiamiÂ Midtown Join Miami New Times for a Happy Hour from 7-9pm with bites and drinks from Rums of Puerto Rico at Baru Urbano. The event is free, but you must register for a ticket. REGISTER HERE 0
Friday, September 23, 6-8pm – Gardens Gallery at Pinecrest Gardens, 11000 Red Road, Pinecrest An exhibition by Buddhist artist Amitabh Jordan, painter and sculptor, will be hosted by Pinecrest Gardens through October 23. Jordan studied visual arts at the Massachusetts College of Art in the 1970’s before moving to the Berkshires where he painted and […]