Stories with 'civic engagement' tag

Pop-Ups for Change: Miami

POP-UPS FOR CHANGE is an experiential event series presented by Kim & Roses, SPC. We are creating a unique community movement around the country through entrepreneurship, entertainment, and civic engagement for social change. Join us 8/11 for a day party that celebrates locals who want to do good through their talents, passions, and entrepreneurship. ***FREE […]

/ July 31, 2018


Value of Miami’s Community: Urbanism Summit

We’re excited to begin 2018 with a new podcast series in the spirit of Designing the WE that will regularly highlight leaders & organizations from throughout greater Miami focused on making a positive impact on our community development & the lives of residents! For episode #2, which will be a special live broadcast held during the weekly Venture Cafe […]

/ January 13, 2018


Value of Miami’s Community: Premiere Podcast

We’re excited to kick-off 2018 with a brand new podcast series in the spirit of Designing the WE that will regularly highlight leaders & organizations from throughout greater Miami focused on making a positive impact on our community development & the lives of residents! For episode #1, which falls on W.K. Kellogg Foundation‘s 2nd annual National Day of Racial […]

/ January 5, 2018


FREE FILM SCREENINGS AND PARTICIPATORY ART PROJECT

Head to the Miami-Dade Public Library’s Miami Beach Regional Branch for screenings of the short films La Maison en Petits Cubes and ThuleTuvalu as part of the artist collective Fifty-Fifty’s ongoing Portable Memories in Rising Seas project, exploring the changing climate and its effect on the experiences of people around the globe. You’ll be invited to draw your response to the […]

/ January 2, 2018


FREE FILM SCREENINGS AND PARTICIPATORY ART PROJECT

Head to the Miami-Dade Public Library’s Main Branch for screenings of the short films La Maison en Petits Cubes and ThuleTuvalu as part of the artist collective Fifty-Fifty’s ongoing Portable Memories in Rising Seas project, exploring the changing climate and its effect on the experiences of people around the globe. You’ll be invited to draw your response to the films and […]

/ January 2, 2018


You’ve got a lot of feelings after this election. Get to work.

There’s a lot you can do locally with all the emotions this election has stirred up. Here are a few resources.

/ November 9, 2016


Your View: ¿Que Pasa, Hialeah? wants to help people fall in love with their city

Millennials are taking the reins in Hialeah, turning their love-hate relationship with the city into strictly a love match.

/ June 22, 2016


Only two of your commissioners showed up to talk about where their money comes from

There’s a gaping loophole in financial disclosures for local politicians and candidates. One commissioner wants to close it. The others seem less excited.

/ March 28, 2016


Curing Miami’s apathy

Miami has been labeled the least civically engaged city in the country. How did we become so apathetic to our own community? And what can we do to change that?

/ February 8, 2016


Bringing Civic Back

There’s a clear winner in Miami-Dade’s local elections — apathy. But there are people out there trying to raise the 20% voter turnout rate.

/ September 23, 2015