Miami-Dade County’s Black Affairs Advisory Board and Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board spent four hours talking race, diversity and inclusion yesterday.
The discourse was a response to a racially charged commission debate over a county contract last February.
Over the course of three panels, it was made clear that the February venom was just the most recent episode in a long history of unease between Miami’s black and Hispanic communities.
The participants suggested several next steps -- including a focus on more inclusive economic development. Hear the full story here: