AN INDEPENDENT SUPPLEMENT BY MIA MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS GROUP TO THE SUN SENTINEL
Come take a ride with us, north of
the Miami-Dade border into
Broward County, Miramar and
points north. As you pass through
Miramar it is very likely that you
will ﬁnd something going on at the
regional park or the cultural arts
center. As the slogan goes “It’s all
right here, In Miramar”.
As you continue up State Road
7, you’ll reach Lauderhill, home of
the new state of the art
Performing Arts Center, the new
jewel of Lauderhill, and a facility
that is appealing and
representative of Lauderhill’s multi-ethnic population.
Continuing our entertainment trip, Juneteenth has now taken hold
in South Florida. On June 18, 2016, Gladys Knight and Mary J. Blige will
be the featured artist at the Juneteenth Celebration at Mills Pond Park.
As we watch the cultural explosion happening across South Florida it
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Kervin L. Clenance
Group Publisher, Legacy Magazine
Erica V. Knowles
Editor-in-Chief, Legacy Magazine
Denise St. Patrick-Bell PhD
FRIDAY MAY 13, 2016
brings to mind a question that is often being ﬂoated among intellectual
conversation. In fact, our very own esteemed Urban League of Broward
CEO Jermaine Smith Baugh responded to a question of whether or not
there is still a need for Black History Month and vehicles such as Black
Entertainment Television. We would like to add our two cents to that
conversation and say, yes. There is a need for 365Black and a little more
“Blackish” as we continue to share our talents, gifts and the culture of
the Black diaspora with South Florida and the world.
While you are at it, don’t sleep on the Florida Minority Supplier
Development Council which has recently expanded their footprint to
include Orlando, Tampa and Tallahassee. If your business needs a little
freshening up, you will ﬁnd information on the leading Black/African
American Public Relations ﬁrms in the region.
Enjoy this Power Issue of Legacy South Florida and don’t forget to
build your own legacy.
Kervin L. Clenance
Legacy South Florida