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The Florida Paradox: How Diverse Communities are Transforming the Sunshine State

How Diverse Communities are Transforming the Sunshine State
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The Florida Paradox: How Diverse Communities are Transforming the Sunshine State

This is an intersectional public program designed to highlight the struggles of civic engagement in Black and Brown communities in Florida during the Global Pandemic. Join us for an invigorating conversation, with leaders on the ground to discuss what's on the horizon in Florida, its national impact, and how a diverse electorate will transform the state. The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program and UCLA’S the Latino Policy and Politics Initiative will be presenting this webinar on Wednesday, February 24th at 3PM EST. Register to attend here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8091138256249405963?fbclid=IwAR3ijo31vdLfJ5QkX1Dq-d9317SvqVB4MqXr0NwmFmI0PFQWAUWWrTMy4RI. For more details, please contact Adolfho Romero at adolfhoromero@ufl.edu

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