Separate ≠ Equal: Commemorating the 70th Anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education


Dear Friends,

On March 27th, Mosaic Miami, in partnership with Community Tampa Bay, the Tampa Bay Times, Florida Humanities and the Sanctuary of the Arts, invited the public to a community discussion on the history and the continuing impact of Brown v. Board of Education in the Sunshine State.

The open dialogue featured Jaret L. Davis, co-managing shareholder of Greenberg Traurig’s Miami office and community leader, Beatrice “Bea” L. Hines, the Miami Herald’s first female Black reporter and its longest-serving reporter and columnist, and George F Knox Jr., former Miami City Attorney, and business and community leader. Attendees also enjoyed a beautiful performance of 'A Change is Gonna Come' by Sam Cooke performed by Local Sensation Arnitris Williams.

Thank you to everyone who attended and joined in the conversation. For those who weren't able to attend, or for those who wish to relive the moment, below we've included a video recording. We would also love your feedback on the event by clicking on the link above the video.

Looking forward to seeing you at our next event!


Matt Anderson

Executive Director

Mosaic Miami

Let Us Know Your Thoughts on the Event Here!

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