Dream Defenders executive director Phillip Agnew, left; and Dream Defenders members Shamile Louis, center, and Arely Lozano-Baugh, right, post notes written by members of the Miami Gardens community onto a poster in this Feb. 21, 2015, photo. The Dream Defenders of South Florida organized a community town hall after the shooting death of Lavall Hall, a mentally ill man, by Miami Gardens police. The organization will take a social media break to “focus on grassroots work,” said Steven Pargett, the organization's communications director.
Dream Defenders executive director Phillip Agnew, left; and Dream Defenders members Shamile Louis, center, and Arely Lozano-Baugh, right, post notes written by members of the Miami Gardens community onto a poster in this Feb. 21, 2015, photo. The Dream Defenders of South Florida organized a community town hall after the shooting death of Lavall Hall, a mentally ill man, by Miami Gardens police. The organization will take a social media break to “focus on grassroots work,” said Steven Pargett, the organization's communications director. NICK SWYTER MIAMI HERALD FILE
Dream Defenders executive director Phillip Agnew, left; and Dream Defenders members Shamile Louis, center, and Arely Lozano-Baugh, right, post notes written by members of the Miami Gardens community onto a poster in this Feb. 21, 2015, photo. The Dream Defenders of South Florida organized a community town hall after the shooting death of Lavall Hall, a mentally ill man, by Miami Gardens police. The organization will take a social media break to “focus on grassroots work,” said Steven Pargett, the organization's communications director. NICK SWYTER MIAMI HERALD FILE

Dream Defenders take break from social media

September 22, 2015 07:54 PM