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Forging New Lives After Hurricane Maria: Puerto Rican Student Voices

Event Date:

March 7 @ 5:30 pm


South Dade Regional Library
10750 SW 211 Street
Cutler Bay, FL 33189


Anmerahil (Ary) Cotto-Andino

Program Description:

The public is invited to a screening of a new oral history video documentary, based on the experiences of Puerto Rican students that migrated to Miami Dade County in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. The program will also feature a Q&A (Question & Answer) session following the screening, led by one of the faculty co-producers. Students that were interviewed as well as students who served on the production team, editing the film, also will be on hand to answer questions and engage with those in attendance.



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