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Weston Teen's Business Combines Fashion And Philanthropy In This Week's Miami ProudCombining fashion sense with philanthropy, a Weston teenager has started a business that rings true to her spirit.
Miami Proud Shines Spotlight On The NWBA and South Florida’s Wheelchair Basketball TeamThere is the NBA, the WNBA and there is also the NWBA, the National Wheelchair Basketball Association, one of the oldest disabled sports organizations in the world and it's the focus of this week's Miami Proud
Haitian Artist Edouard Duval-Carrié's Work Focuses On Haitian People And Its HistoryToday's Miami Proud spotlight shines brightly on contemporary artist Edouard Duval-Carrié, whose work is both a labor of love and a lesson in history of the Haitian people. 
Miami Bayside Foundation Helps Minority-Owned Businesses Attain 'The American Dream'Miami Bayside Foundation helped First U.S. Linen in Opa-Locka, a minority-owned business attain the American Dream.
Homestead Miami Mariachi Conservatory Connects Kids To Their Heritage Through MusicSouth Miami-Dade is home to a large Mexican American population including many farmworkers. The Mexican American Council has supported these families since 1984, working to break the cycle of poverty through education and access to the arts.
Miami Proud: North Broward Hospital Dr. Jean Dominique Foureau On The Front Lines During The PandemicDr. Jean Dominique Foureau or “Doctor JD” is a first-year emergency medicine resident sharing his path and how he plans to pay it forward.
Miami Proud: Singer Amanda Visconti Comforts Cancer PatientsAmanda Visconti tunes her acoustic guitar and warms up her vocals, as the 25-year-old singer-songwriter prepares for her audience at Miami Cancer Institute, as a member of the Art in Medicine program. https://cbsloc.al/3luMA0k
Frost Science Museum's Award-Winning Program Upward Bound Helps Create Environmental StewardsThe Frost Science Museum is known for its stunning aquarium, but it's also the center of important research work which helps South Florida further careers in math, science and helps them become environmental stewards.
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Miami Proud: Weston Teen's Business Combines Fashion And PhilanthropyStefania Rivas said she was always interested in fashion, but it took the pandemic lockdown last year to light the creative spark in this senior at Cypress Bay High School.
Miami Proud: How Cooking For The Community Became One Couple's Pandemic PivotIn a two-bedroom apartment in Kendall, Lauren and Ken Mason are doing food prep.
Miami Proud: For South Florida's Wheelchair Basketball Team, 'Miami Heat Wheels,' It's All About Therapy & BrotherhoodThere is the NBA, the WNBA and there is also the NWBA- the National Wheelchair Basketball Association, one of the oldest disabled sports organizations in the world.
Miami Proud: Artist Edouard Duval-Carrié's Work Focuses On Haitian People And Its HistoryToday's Miami Proud spotlight shines brightly on contemporary artist Edouard Duval-Carrié, whose work is both a labor of love and a lesson in history of the Haitian people. 
Miami Proud: Miami Bayside Foundation Helps Minority-Owned Businesses Attain 'The American Dream'On a typically busy afternoon at First U.S. Linen in Opa-Locka, machines are humming as workers move huge bins of linens through each stage of the laundering process.
Miami Proud: Coral Gables Doctor Hugh Humphery Credits Work Ethic On Hispanic RootsDoctor Hugh Humphery treats patients for all sorts of mental health issues at his practice, South Florida Integrated Medicine in Coral Gables, or those using telehealth.
Miami Proud: Homestead Miami Mariachi Conservatory Connects Kids To Their Heritage Through MusicSouth Miami-Dade is home to a large Mexican American population including many farmworkers. The Mexican American Council has supported these families since 1984, working to break the cycle of poverty through education and access to the arts.
Miami Proud: The American Museum Of The Cuban Diaspora Shares The History Of Those Who LeftThe American Museum of the Cuban Diaspora opened its doors in 2016 in Miami, and shares the history and culture of the Cuban people who have left the country.
Miami Proud: St. John Bosco Clinic Providing Free Care For Nearly 30 YearsA steady stream of patients comes in for appointments at the St. John Bosco Clinic, as they see 1200 people a year, all of who are uninsured and live at or near the poverty level.