From left: Students of Booker T. Washington Senior High, Alexis Moseley from Miami-Dade Commissioner Sally Heyman’s office, Miami-Dade Commissioner Audrey Edmonson, ‘Rosenwald’ filmmaker Aviva Kempner (holding a certificate of appreciation, Miami-Dade NAACP President Dr. Shirley B. Johnson and Pastor Willie Williams.
From left: Students of Booker T. Washington Senior High, Alexis Moseley from Miami-Dade Commissioner Sally Heyman’s office, Miami-Dade Commissioner Audrey Edmonson, ‘Rosenwald’ filmmaker Aviva Kempner (holding a certificate of appreciation, Miami-Dade NAACP President Dr. Shirley B. Johnson and Pastor Willie Williams. The Ciesla Foundation
From left: Students of Booker T. Washington Senior High, Alexis Moseley from Miami-Dade Commissioner Sally Heyman’s office, Miami-Dade Commissioner Audrey Edmonson, ‘Rosenwald’ filmmaker Aviva Kempner (holding a certificate of appreciation, Miami-Dade NAACP President Dr. Shirley B. Johnson and Pastor Willie Williams. The Ciesla Foundation

Booker T. Washington students study life, work of philanthropist Julius Rosenwald

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