Roberta Shevin, the former executive director at MCCJ, leads a discussion on cross-cultural tolerance during a 2012 session of the MetroTown summer camp at St. Thomas University in Miami Gardens. The six-day camp provides teens with anti-prejudice training, as well as lessons on civic engagement and conflict resolution.
Roberta Shevin, the former executive director at MCCJ, leads a discussion on cross-cultural tolerance during a 2012 session of the MetroTown summer camp at St. Thomas University in Miami Gardens. The six-day camp provides teens with anti-prejudice training, as well as lessons on civic engagement and conflict resolution. Miami Herald file
Roberta Shevin, the former executive director at MCCJ, leads a discussion on cross-cultural tolerance during a 2012 session of the MetroTown summer camp at St. Thomas University in Miami Gardens. The six-day camp provides teens with anti-prejudice training, as well as lessons on civic engagement and conflict resolution. Miami Herald file

Roberta Shevin, a pillar of Miami’s faith community who fought prejudice, dies at 75

September 25, 2018 03:31 PM

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