WLRN Education reporter Jessica Bakeman spent time talking to black students at Miami Country Day School, a private institution with a predominantly white student body. According to the students, racism presents itself in many ways.
Bakeman reports on Sundial:
And Franklin Sirmans is the director of The Perez Art Museum and a huge soccer fan. In the lead up to the World Cup, he joined Sundial to talk about a new exhibit that looks at the role soccer plays in our lives, called The World’s Game: Fútbol and Contemporary Art. The exhibit looks at the many intersection between the game and art.
Lastly, Mark Hart is the director of a record label based in Coral Gables called Community Arts Program (C.A.P.). He has been part of the program for 15 years. And Amit Peled is a Grammy nominated cellist and the first to release a record through the company.