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.
Miami Proud: ReServe Harnesses The Power Of Adults 50 & Older By Providing Job PlacementsMany adults look forward to retirement, but others struggle to find work after 50, and some just want to stay working but part-time.
Miami Proud: On The Front Lines Of The Pandemic With Broward Health Dr. Jean Dominique FoureauDr. 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: Overtown's Green Haven Project Seeks To Educate Folks On Healthier Lifestyle, Nurture A VillageCelina Ishahak is a volunteer with Green Haven Project, a community garden located in Miami’s Overtown, and she gave CBS4 a tour of the produce that is ready to harvest on the site on NW 16 street.
Miami Proud: Fisher House Is A Haven For Families Of Veterans In The HospitalCaring for a loved one who is in the hospital can be stressful and draining. Coming from out of town, even more so.
Miami Proud: Missing Front Legs, Happy Puppy Roo Gets Fur-Ever HomeWatching the playful and happy puppy chewing on a squeaky toy, it is clear that Roo is gleefully unaware of how lucky he is after being adopted.
Miami Proud: Singer With ‘Voice Of An Angel,’ 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.
Miami Proud: Twin Sisters Create App To Help Those With ScoliosisTwin sisters Delaney and Hadley Robertson, who are about to start high school, came up with a way to help countless children living with scoliosis.
Miami Proud: Described As 'Nicest Man,' Sanitation Worker Acnel Moses Called 'Catalyst For Kindness'Acnel Moses has been driving the same routes in Pembroke Pines, six days a week, for ten years with Waste Pro and longer with prior companies. The sanitation worker has gotten to know a lot of his customers and has gotten the attention of many.
Miami Proud: Teen Mom Alesha Dillon Overcomes Obstacles, Becomes Nurse, Plans On Giving BackAlesha Dillon proudly shows her academic certificates, of which there are several, and the Atlantic Technical College graduate then headed straight to the frontlines of the pandemic, as a traveling licensed practical nurse.
Miami Proud: Miami-Dade Silver Knight Student Brings Veterans’ Experiences To The StageThirty Miami-Dade and Broward County high school students were recently honored at the 63rd annual Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald Silver Knight Awards. Nicholas Quintana earned the award in the drama category for his work creating the Bronze Star Purple Heart Project.