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Miami Proud: Woman's Positive Outlook On Life Helps Her Create ArtGlenniesha Darkins may have lost all function of her limbs, but that hasn't stopped her from creating beautiful art.
Miami Proud: Miami-Dade Students Connected To Theater By Adrienne Arsht Center EducatorThe Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts is connecting Miami-Dade students to theater and for one educator in particular, it is personal.
Miami Lighthouse for the Blind Educator Inspires Students by ExampleThe Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired has been devoted to changing the lives of the visually impaired since it opened in 1931.
Miami Proud: Volunteers Work To Make Sure Veterans Have Proper BurialTed Scouten reports the Missing in America Project, a non-profit organization that locates the unclaimed cremated remains of veterans and provides full military interment services.
Miami Proud: Miami Super Bowl Host Committee & Women's Fund Of Miami-Dade Look To Address Sex TraffickingWhile the Miami Super Bowl Host Committee gears up for the big game in Miami next February, they are also addressing a very serious issue here in South Florida, sex trafficking.
Miami Proud: Broward Health Nurse Is Champion For Organ DonationGrace Walker has come full circle from nurse, to patient, survivor to nurse again.
Miami Proud: Miami Beach High School Documentary Preserves Holocaust Survivors' StoriesLauren Pastrana reports the project teaches about the Holocaust in ways a traditional classroom setting never could.
Miami Proud: Lotus House Transforms The Lives Of Homeless Women And ChildrenLisa Petrillo reports Lotus House has been combating homelessness for 16 years. They were recently gifted a new kitchen.
Miami Proud: One Woman's Mission To End Drunk DrivingFrances Wang reports Heather Geronemus lost her father to a drunk driver. She founded Fort Lauderdale’s Walk like MADD and MADD Dash to raise money for the organization.

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Miami Proud: Glenniesha Darkins Doesn't Let Disability Stop Her From Creating Art & Making The Most Out Of LifeIn a split second, a person's life can change completely. What someone makes of that change, good or bad, determines how they'll continue living.
Miami Proud: Adrienne Arsht Center Educator Introduces Miami-Dade Youth To TheaterThe Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts is connecting Miami-Dade students to theater and for one educator in particular, it is personal.
Miami Proud: Miami Lighthouse for the Blind Educator Inspires Students by ExampleThe Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired has been devoted to changing the lives of the visually impaired since it opened in 1931.
Missing In America Project Provides Full Military Interment For Unclaimed Veterans' Cremated RemainsA solemn crowd pays their respects to veterans and heroes who served this country.
Miami Proud: Women’s Fund Of Miami-Dade Teams With Super Bowl 54 Creating Awareness Of Sex TraffickingWhile the Miami Super Bowl Host Committee gears up for the big game in Miami next February, they are also addressing a very serious issue here in South Florida, sex trafficking.
'I Pay It Forward Every Day': Broward Health Nurse, Survivor and Organ Donation AdvocateA South Florida nurse, who has been helping patients in troubled times for many years, is sharing her own journey as a survivor that is simply remarkable.
Miami Proud: High School Documentary Preserves Holocaust Survivor StoriesOne day there will be no Holocaust survivors left to tell their stories. For the first time, public schools are teaming up with a national non-profit organization to change that narrative.
Miami Proud: Lotus House Culinary Center Helping To Transform LivesLotus House is much more than a shelter for homeless women and children, it's changing lives with the David and Leila Centner Culinary Center. It's today's Miami Proud.
Walk Like MADD And MADD Dash Fort Lauderdale Founder Shares Why She Champions The CauseEvery year, the number of people who are killed by drunk drivers continues to rise. It is a tragedy many families will never get past, but a local activist is using the pain of losing a loved one to make a difference here in South Florida.