A group of civic leaders met at Little Haiti Cultural Arts Complex Thursday, Feb.25, 2016, to discuss the state of black philanthropy in Miami. Pictured: Rebecca Mandelman, vice president for strategy at The Miami Foundation; attorney Marlon Hill; Charisse Grant, senior vice president for programs at Miami Foundation and Sandy Dorsainvil, Little Haiti Cultural Arts Complex manager.
A group of civic leaders met at Little Haiti Cultural Arts Complex Thursday, Feb.25, 2016, to discuss the state of black philanthropy in Miami. Pictured: Rebecca Mandelman, vice president for strategy at The Miami Foundation; attorney Marlon Hill; Charisse Grant, senior vice president for programs at Miami Foundation and Sandy Dorsainvil, Little Haiti Cultural Arts Complex manager. HOWARD COHEN Miami Herald Staff
A group of civic leaders met at Little Haiti Cultural Arts Complex Thursday, Feb.25, 2016, to discuss the state of black philanthropy in Miami. Pictured: Rebecca Mandelman, vice president for strategy at The Miami Foundation; attorney Marlon Hill; Charisse Grant, senior vice president for programs at Miami Foundation and Sandy Dorsainvil, Little Haiti Cultural Arts Complex manager. HOWARD COHEN Miami Herald Staff

Miami civic leaders promote black philanthropy to strengthen community

February 25, 2016 12:15 PM

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