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The Role of Poetry in Activism

Event Date:

January 10 @ 5:30 pm

Venue:

Miami Dade College, North Campus – Conference Center
11380 NW 27 Ave 1120
Miami, FL 33167

Organizer:

Carlton Daley
305-237-1333
cdaley@mdc.edu

Program Description:

Join us for a community forum and panel discussion highlighted by poems, spoken word and a talk on the legacy of Father Theodore Gibson. Reverend Gibson was called the “Martin Luther King of Miami.” He was of Bahamian heritage and was at the forefront of the city’s Civil Rights Movement.

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