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

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Miami civic leaders promote black philanthropy to strengthen community

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