Economy

FU Nights Miami

FU Nights occur in 20+ cities around the world. As a goal, it is global movement that aims to accelerate the learning process while reaching people closer to actual cases of business failure. Logistically, it is a monthly event series where entrepreneurs talk about their biggest professional or business failure in a candid way.

As a Miami-specific example, Faquiry Diaz (CEO, Tres Mares Group) has already agreed to be... more »
Who are you?

An organizational psychologist, recent Miami returnee, and aspiring changemaker. I am the Founder/Dean of Awesome Foundation MIAMI and the curator of the Miami Global Shapers (a World Economic Forum initiative). I believe small changes add up.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

Miami's economy is recovering but in need of investment and energy. As a social psychologist, I believe that larger community-wide pivot points emerge from accumulated individual points of inflection. Ultimately, entrepreneurial growth comes from the average citizen feeling enough self-efficacy to believe their idea is worth exploring. However, our narrative often highlights a handful of success stories without encouraging the average person to approach and feel heartened to undertake their own.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

FU Nights engage the average Miamian in a frank conversation about failure and the process of entrepreneurship with the more of our denizens will want to turn their ideas into pilots, small businesses, and other ventures. This honest conversation will make entrepreneurship more accessible and will hopefully encourage (a) the formation of small businesses, (b) the growth or expansion of existing small businesses, and (c) a general sense of collaboration and innovation in our city.

Please give examples of your project's success.

Since its inception in Mexico City, FU Nights have spread to many cities in Mexico and to eight other global cities.

There has been much written and published about the power of failure as a learning tool, a rite of passage, and a positive driver toward innovation, change, and growth (as an example, see "The Power of Failure" in NYT by Sarika Bansal). Miami is a city growing and trying to find its legs - opening up about failure in a constructive way could be a powerful catalyst.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Natalia Martinez

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Environment & Public Space

Youth Interactive Learning Stations at Gratigny Plateau Park

Access to public spaces is an integral part of community well-being. The Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade is committed to helping create and sustain public spaces, like Gratigny Plateau Park, that are accessible, enriching and vibrant. Installation of interactive learning stations at the park will enhance the children’s cognitive development and discovery while they play. Examples of learning stations include: freestanding... more »
Who are you?

The Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade is a 501(c)3 organization which fosters the recreational, educational, environmental and cultural life of the Miami-Dade County community by encouraging and soliciting support for our County’s park system.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

Access to public spaces is an integral part of community well-being. The Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade is committed to helping create and sustain public spaces, like Gratigny Plateau Park, that are accessible, enriching and vibrant. Installation of interactive learning stations at the park will enhance the children’s cognitive development and discovery while they play. Examples of learning stations include: freestanding telescope; small conifer maze; trees fun facts; and flower talk tube.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

As emphasized in the Our Miami Report, access to quality public spaces is a “critical component of a vibrant urban environment.” The creation of Gratigny Plateau Park is an example of how a strong public-private partnership works to foster community resilience and improve the quality of life in Miami-Dade County. The proposed project will continue the partnership’s revitalization efforts and enhance the quality of the park with the installation of four interactive learning stations for youth.

Please give examples of your project's success.

A two-year partnership lead by Local 10 News, supported by the Miami-Dade Parks Department and other community and business leaders, culminated in the development of Gratigny Plateau Park. Transformed into a clean, accessible and safe place for children and adults to recreate and grow, the park was designed to resemble a flower “signaling new life for a community in need.” The new community park contains walking paths, fresh-air fitness stations, playground, benches, and a butterfly garden.

Organization Name (or individuals name) The Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade

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Transportation

Achieving a Walkable Wynwood

The Wynwood BID has, in only one year, become a force for change within the business and arts district of Wynwood. Change is everywhere you look--from new, ground-up construction of residential buildings for the first time in over a decade; monthly art walks that attract over 15,000 people to the district; even the presence of several microbreweries to open this month. Wynwood has never been stronger.

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Who are you?

The Wynwood Business Improvement District was created in 2013 thanks to the vision of neighborhood land owners. The BID works as a committee within the City of Miami to ensure that services are augmented to create lasting, positive change in Wynwood.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

The Wynwood BID will continue to spearhead efforts to ensure that: 1) Wynwood becomes pedestrian/bike friendly; it will be walkable, have signs and maps, and be well lit at night; 2) Increased access to transportation (trolley; DecoBikes; better parking; alternative methods); 3) The Wynwood BID will continue to advocate at the city, state, and county levels for the betterment of Wynwood, including a new plan for denser residential development essential to a walkable city.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

Interestingly, Wynwood is at the epicenter of arts in Miami, and this project addresses all eight areas of The Our Miami Report. We have chosen to focus discussion on the broad-based impact to transportation because Wynwood, like South Beach, has a unique opportunity to become Miami's most walkable neighborhood. We will partner with The Miami Foundation to ensure that the broadest public is aware of all efforts--current and future--to improve transportation throughout the 101 acres of Wynwood.

Please give examples of your project's success.

In only one year of operations, the Wynwood BID has:
- become an effective voice for the neighborhood with city, county, and state agencies and officials;
- improve safety and security through a partnership with police, and install cameras;
- establish one way streets; DecoBikes; and new crosswalks
- work with FP&L so that all streetlights work and new ones are added;
- provide Women of Wynwood street teams; and
- work with urban planners PlusUrbia to master plan oversights in Miami21.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Wynwood Business Improvement District

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Health & Safety

Walk for Life

To increase physical activity and to serve local families and individuals, the Parks Department, the Parks Foundation, the Deering Estate at Cutler, and the Deering Estate Foundation will launch a community walking program that is accessible and welcoming to all. “Walk for Life” is a volunteer supported walking program to get all ages and abilities moving and gaining the health benefits of regular exercise. Participants... more »
Who are you?

The Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade is a 501(c)3 organization which fosters the recreational, educational, environmental and cultural life of the Miami-Dade County community by encouraging and soliciting support for our County’s park system.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

The pedometer will track route, pace, calories, distance, time and connect these with our local parks, museums, nature centers, or places of special interest along the way. As walkers in the program reach certain milestones, they’ll receive special offers, park passes, discounts on tours and fitness and recreation programs, for those participating in the program. This friendly, simple to use app would motivate walkers and improve activity levels, weight loss, and include social tools.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

Health & Safety- The Walk for Life Program will motivate members to get out and get moving by providing a fun social atmosphere, special offers, and reports on their progress. According to the American Heart Association the benefits of walking are significant to a healthy lifestyle including, reducing the risk of coronary heart disease, osteoporosis, breast and colon cancer, and type 2 diabetes as well as improving blood pressure and blood sugar levels, and maintaining a healthy body weight.

Please give examples of your project's success.

There are approximately 40 walkers in the Deering Pilot and over 200 walkers already enrolled in the project community-wide. Local, specialty parks, support the volunteer directed program with specialty walks and quarterly trainings for volunteers and participants to increase connectivity to other Parks programs. These walkers not only return week after week for the program, but become more aware of the cultural and natural resources they are enjoying and also recruit family and friends to join.

Organization Name (or individuals name) The Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade

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Arts & Culture

Next Generation: From Alienage to Belonging via Museum Programs

The Cuban Museum will gather a team of arts & education experts from Miami-Dade County to formulate a programs strategy that, when applied by any arts organization in the county, can help to close the gap between "foreignness" and "ownership" of community and city, starting with middle-school age children in Dade Public Schools.

Miami-Dade’s population is often perceived as a transient population. The statistic revealed... more »
Who are you?

We are the Cuban Museum, in existence since 1996, and about to inaugurate a permanent venue in Miami, for mid 2015. The Museum aims to become a major cultural organization in Miami-Dade County and nationally, as the museum of the Cuban Diaspora.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

To be foreign, as opposed to be mainstream. To be transient as opposed to being rooted. To belong, to develop civic duty and ownership. The fact that more than half of the County's population is foreign-born, and that growth in arts attendance rose only 0.4% in 2013, reveals a divide that in part could be explained in terms of cultural "outside-ness". This project will generate a blueprint for addressing issues faced by all cultural NGOs in M-D through, a model that can be applied by other NGOs.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

The 51.8% foreign born population.
The 0.4% growth in attendance in 2013.

Please give examples of your project's success.

Dozens of cultural programs for minorities, particularly Latinos/Cuban Americans;
The Cuban Museum has 18 years experience addressing issues of audience development and outreach to minority communities in South Florida.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Cuban Museum

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Arts & Culture

Between Here & No Where: The Journey to Belong

Between Here & No Where is an art exhibition that will create innovative temporary public art spaces that will serve to raise awareness about homelessness. The participating artists are homeless art students, homeless artists or artists who use their art to raise awareness about homelessness. This project will help unite the community and serve to galvanize our citizens. It will also provide an opportunity for these... more »
Who are you?

Tina Cornely is the former IT Director of the Guggenheim Museum, the former Ops Director of MAM and UM teacher. She is the Founder & CEO of Bridging Humanity, a nonprofit dedicated to teaching the less fortunate how to become self sufficient.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

This art exhibition will travel to different venues in Miami during October 2015, World Homeless Month. It will be on view at a wide spectrum of venues, ie FIU, MB botanical garden, New World School of the Arts, art galleries & homeless centers. It will serve to raise awareness about the cause of homelessness & what we can do. Turning a blind eye is not an option. Knowledge is key. This show will use art to raise awareness & disseminate info to the public about what they can do to help out.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

This project addresses poverty, homelessness and the plight of homeless students.

Please give examples of your project's success.

We have 4 venues for the show. The former head of the Homeless Trust has agreed to write our forward. Participating artists include: Willie Baronet, Juan Travieso, Patrick Farrell (pulitzer prize winning Miami Herald Photographer), Jacq Wolf,
Rob Woodcox, Neith Nevelson (artist & grand daughter of Louise Nevelson who is a former homeless person), Audrey Gair, (winner of the National Latino Art Beat & the National Young Arts Silver Portfolio), Deborah Shelton Tynes &
Rosa Naday Garmendia.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Bridging Humanity

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Civic Engagement

Office of [Civic] Innovation Incubator

The Problem: Currently, anyone looking to interface with the city on any form of community/civic/urbanist project becomes mired in cumbersome bureaucracy, accentuated by a crippling lack of coordination and communication among departments, officials, and administrators.

A Solution: Creation of an "Office of [Civic] Innovation". Starting with a series of convenings with key community members and civic leaders, strategize... more »
Who are you?

I am the Founding Partner and Strategies + Solution Lead for Urban Impact Lab. Our mission is to design urban experiences that cultivate civic innovation. Over the last two years I have been actively engaged in a number of city-related issues.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

Improves the community's perception of the city structure and increases the likelihood that residents will take on a more active role in shaping their city.

This access to the city and related activism would likely increase overall civic engagement, in the areas of volunteering, advocacy and voting.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

Civic engagement data points are the primary target. An increase in volunteer activity (all age levels) is also expected, which may positively affect voter turnout.

 

This also speaks to the future of data points such as investment in public space/park space, libraries and parkland.

Please give examples of your project's success.

Civically engaged or community-minded individuals and organizations are not discouraged at the city/county level from pursuing ideas that are in the public realm (demonstration projects, etc).

The city/county has a dedicated resource that facilitates its leadership in civic innovation ideas and projects.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Urban Impact Lab

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Arts & Culture

Murals For Identity within Communities

Miami Light Project will work together with Alice Mizrachi, a visual artist and educator, and with community partners to establish a series of public art murals in the greater Miami community. Alice will work with youth and families to let them express their identity and to capture their personal stories through visual arts. The artist and students from local schools and social service groups will develop a total of five... more »
Who are you?

Founded in 1989, Miami Light Project is a nonprofit cultural organization that presents live performances by dance, music & theater artists from around the world; supports the development of new work by local artists; and offers educational programs.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

Our community-based public art intended goals include: to explore our neighborhood identity with murals; to provide students with creative solutions to be engaged in schools; to promote respect, equity and ownership through public art: to develop a cultural platform for students in Miami to expand their peer network; to preserve Wynwood, Overtown and Little Haiti neighborhood history; and to provide an outlet through the arts for our community to grow and elevate their knowledge and skill set.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

Our project gives Miami youth a new vehicle and approach to creating work that reflects genuine aspects of their lives while developing constructive and healthy ways to express themselves. By sharing art experience, we aim to facilitate youth enrollment in arts courses and impact Miami’s high school graduation rate. Our goal is to help build a more vibrant neighborhood where residents can be involved in the arts, build knowledge, share collective experience and maintain the community identity.

Please give examples of your project's success.

One of Alice Mizrachi’s successful projects includes working with SONYA and local high school students to develop a mural in the Bushwick community (Brooklyn, NY). The 4-week long project focused on sharing positive messages in their neighborhood, and creating the mural "Build Your Dream" (April 2014). Students felt that conveying positive messages would help build dreams. Alice has significant experience working with diverse communities, and her work emphasizes arts empowerment for everyone.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Miami Light Project, Inc.

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Education

Style Saves: Crazy Cool 4 Back 2 School 2015

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Founded by FORD Fashion Stylist Rachael Russell and a group of philanthropic-minded young professionals, Style Saves raises funds to help underprivileged students. In collaboration with The Miami Foundation, Style Saves works with local retail stores, designers, and boutiques to provide kids of all ages with back-to-school basics like clothing, uniforms, shoes, accessories, and prescription eyewear.

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Who are you?

Style Saves is an organization that leverages partnerships with brands in the fashion, art, and hospitality realms in an effort to provide underprivileged kids with clothing, uniforms, and other necessities for their first day of school.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

In Miami-Dade county, nearly one in four children fall below the federal poverty line; in single parent families, that number increases to one in three (2011 US Census). A single mother of four needing to buy 2-3 uniforms at $40 a pop for each child will have to find an additional $500 to cover the cost of sending her kids to school. Style Saves steps in to help provide these basic necessities so that no child is unable to go to school due to lack of clothing.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

This project directly addresses Education Goal 2, “Miami-Dade Students of All Ages Thrive Academically.” By providing basic necessities such as clothing, uniforms, shoes, and prescription eyewear, Style Saves gives local kids of all ages a better chance to thrive academically by giving them the basic tools for success they so desperately need.

Please give examples of your project's success.

Since its founding in 2011, Style Saves has gone from raising $20,000 to help 50 students, to bringing in more than $170,000 and helping over 1,500 kids. Marianne Weiss, a Director at Big Brothers Big Sisters Miami, affirms, "…many of these children live in very high risk environments and come from low socioeconomic families. They would not have had the necessary clothing to begin school if it wasn't for Style Saves providing them with much needed outfits, shoes, and school uniforms."

Organization Name (or individuals name) Style Saves

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Arts & Culture

ARTSreach

ARTSreach, is an inclusive arts educational enrichment program dedicated to providing the highest quality of active and passive arts experiences in Fine Arts – Dance and Painting - at designated Miami-Dade County Parks’ Out-of-School Programs for at-risk elementary and middle school children. This educational arts outreach project affords hand-on arts and cultural projects, discussions, literacy in performing and visual... more »
Who are you?

The Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade is a 501 (c)3 organization which fosters the recreational, educational, environmental and cultural life of the Miami-Dade County community by encouraging and soliciting support for our County’s park system.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

ARTSreach is the link between youth and success. Students will use the empowerment tools they have been afforded in the Out-of-School ARTSreach Project as an avenue to discover their cultural experiences and build their talents to be creative and expressive. Art enriches us as individuals and collectively as a society. Art not only provides a healthy outlet for expression but defines our community. Youth who engage in arts are 4 times more likely to be recognized for academic success.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

Arts and Culture - Part of the mission of Miami-Dade County Parks is to bring a wide variety of arts and cultural learning opportunities to the youth of our community. The arts are a powerful tool for engaging and supporting children as they move through adolescence. By giving voice to their thoughts, feelings, and experiences, youth become empowered to face their challenges and pursue their dreams. A well-designed executed art education serves as a critical component to a complete education.

Please give examples of your project's success.

Miami-Dade Parks created an innovative summer arts camp, G.E.M. Girls Empowerment and Mentoring Arts Program. The G.E.M. program received The National Association of Counties’ 2013 Achievement Award and was recognized by FIU for making the 2013 Internships Dean’s List. G.E.M.’s success serves as a model of what we have made possible and we will continue this legacy for ARTSreach, aimed towards all genders. ARTSreach will provide our youth with the tools to turn challenges into opportunities.

Organization Name (or individuals name) The Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade

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Fluorescent Moon

Fluorescent Moon is a collaborative theater project by a collective of artists with and without disabilities. Following on Antiheroes’ recent success with its interdisciplinary work Nomadis, Fluorescent Moon will develop from the personal narratives of artists – in this case blind actors - based on childhood experiences and anecdotes revealing the way they learned to experience and interact with the world in terms of... more »
Who are you?

Founded in 2011, Antiheroes Project is one of a few non-profit organizations lead by artists with disabilities in Miami. Committed to create and present performing arts and year-round workshops, it fosters inclusion through arts and education.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

Fluorescent Moon increases artistic and cultural opportunities in our community, and focuses on community awareness surrounding accessibility issues, while also bridging various cultural/ethnic communities in the Greater Miami. Around 10% or our population lives with disabilities. However, just a few of them have had access to the current vibrant cultural life of our community.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

Fluorescent Moon enriches the art and cultural opportunities in our community, dignify and unify our diverse multicultural and multilingual population. Its high artistic quality and the workshops series are representative of the Miami’s growing art community and at the same time, visibility of these artists will allow the artistic voices and concerns of people with disabilities to influence the general cultural landscape and identity of our community.

Please give examples of your project's success.

During 2012, Antiheroes produced Mahagonny, praised by local critics as one of the most relevant Latino theater productions that year. In 2013, Antiheroes won the NEAR Residency to develop Nomadis, cited by local press as a breakthrough work within the Miami theater scene, exhibiting the highest accessibility level of any local Latino organization. The popularity of the Wanderers workshops series inspired the creation of two new series: Finders Keepers for children and the Secret Performances.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Antiheroes Project, Inc.

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Civic Engagement

Town Hall Meetings

As South Florida’s public media outlet, WLRN has a unique opportunity and responsibility to convene community conversations on critical issues. WLRN’s expertise in providing deep, analytical and relatable coverage of important news stories is reflected in its award-winning radio and online news coverage and it’s previous success in organizing, producing, airing and covering Town Hall events.

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Who are you?

Friends of WLRN, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) and is committed to the support of WLRN Public Media (91.3 FM and Channel 17) whose mission is to provide information, entertainment and life-long learning services to South Florida.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

WLRN will provide a multimedia-platform for community stakeholders to engage and discuss key issues that affect South Floridians. The platform will include a Town Hall meeting, social media, online stories and radio to reach a larger audience. Thereby, creating a voice for the entire community to express their concerns and unmet needs.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

WLRN’s news philosophy holds that news is a shared experience. We strive to create stories that are not just engaging, but that people can engage with. This effort leads to extended periods of concentrated outreach resulting in an increase in the following: number of people featured in the reporting, the number of people reached by the reporting, the length of contact with participants and people involved in the reporting process. The Town Hall will support those outcomes.

Please give examples of your project's success.

In February and November 2013, WLRN produced two Town Hall meetings: Florida legislative session at the Broward Ctr. with an audience of 600 to discuss key issues. The event led to an on-going series of radio and online reporting throughout the year. WLRN co-hosted The Coastal Communities Congressional Town Hall at the Broward County Convention Ctr. WLRN’s Elevation Zero - Rising Seas in South Florida special reports. WLRN won first place - 2014 Florida Associated Press radio series reporting.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Friends of WLRN, Inc.

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Health & Safety

Doctors for the Deaf Community

Provide training to doctors about their legal obligations under the ADA to use sign language interpreters to communicate with patients and companions who are deaf.

Who are you?

Director of Advocacy, CIL of South Florida (CILSF)Former Senior Trial Attorney, Civil Rights Division, Justice Department (1993-2005). CILSF is a nonprofit serving the disability community.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

Far too often, patients who need to communicate about their health condition are forced to pass notes or use lip reading. Under the ADA, they are entitled to provision of a sign language interpreter. The CILSF proposes to train health care professionals about their obligations under the ADA, and train the deaf community about their rights.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

The lack of health care services to underserved populations.

Please give examples of your project's success.

For the past 7 years, the CILSF has trained members of the deaf community about their rights under federal law (ADA and Section 504), and worked with health care professionals to eduxate them about the need to hire sign language interpreters when communicating with patients and companions who are deaf. far too often, requests for provision of a sign language interoreter are denied. We are seeking funding to enhance out training efforts, to help doctors more effectively communicate with patients.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Center for Independent Living of South Florida

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Engaging & Connecting our Diverse Communities via Group Dialogue

‘Celebrate Diversity Miami’ (CDM) is a new initiative inspired in part by the work of a well-established, local nonprofit called MCCJ, which creates safe spaces for dialogue between people of all cultures, religions and races; and by the renowned exhibit ‘Coexistence,’ which travelled the world throughout the 2000s to contribute to dialogue in communities about our differences, while encouraging people to think about... more »
Who are you?

Naomi is a connector dedicated to creatively developing initiatives that spark conversation on diversity, encourage collaboration, and inspire action for positive social change. She is currently pursuing a Master's in Community & Social Change at UM.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

As described by U of Michigan professors, intergroup dialogue “… represents a grassroots effort to meet one of the major challenges facing our democracy today: the lack of communication among diverse groups of people in schools … communities, and … workplace. By forging lines of communication among different elements of society, [it] helps to create a more just, harmonious, and strong democracy.” This approach can impact Civic Participation by developing a more empathic & collaborative culture.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

To effectively address the “unmet needs of … residents,” CDM will focus on bringing people of all cultural & economic backgrounds together. CDM believes that part of feeling “connected … to the place they live” includes cultivating stronger connections between residents themselves. Since there are so many “transplants from out of the state or country” it’s very important to familiarize them with what makes our community unique; and what better way to do so than by dialoguing with local citizens?

Please give examples of your project's success.

CDM held an interactive kick-off event in Oct. ‘14, bringing together 150+ people of all ages & cultural backgrounds on a bicycle ride to learn about several positive social change efforts taking place in Overtown, Liberty City, & Little Haiti. We've also been developing partnerships with local schools & community-based organizations in order to connect with the largest network of residents possible for the initial photo-voice exhibit, & upcoming intergroup dialogue component of our initiative.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Celebrate Diversity Miami

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Youth Engagement and Empowerment Initiative

Artistry Youth in Motion Inc. is committed to serving our community through programs designed to enhance the lives of our youth, rape victim and senior citizens, by providing a safe place so that survivors could support each other, structured, and supervised activities that will allow for healthy development regardless of race, class, or creed. Artistry Youth in Motion serving senior through programs designed to enhance... more »
Who are you?

Artistry Project operates in Miami/Broward community we a project call Use your Voice Break the Silence. AYM have individual and small group counseling services and also a talk show for those who want the break their silence and held other.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

•To provide comprehensive rehabilitation services for all underage female victims of sex trafficking
To provide Educational, Interpersonal Skills, Recreational, Cultural, Health and Lifelong learning opportunities for youth and adults.
• To offer educational advancement opportunities for youth and seniors.
• To ensure that no one in Miami/Broward or in surrounding areas goes hungry.
• Prevent youth from Human Trafficking
• Help rape victim reclaim their life back

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

Create value and opportunities for families.Build sustainable fundraising and partnerships.Develop a sustainable dynamic organizational culture.Promote effective public awareness and education.Supporting survivors both online and offline. How wonderful that we can find and help each other heal; how horrible that so many women and men are victims of rape. The goal of Artistry Youth in Motion is to provide free food to those in need,while working to eliminate hunger and food insecurity in Florida

Please give examples of your project's success.

we help are sex abuse victim reclaim their life back
We promote are youth by taking them to different booking, audition and help them with their career, Professionals and mentors who support the youth education and career development through the integration of creative holistic arts.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Artistry Youth in Motion

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