Art Africa Mi­ami hosts Women’s His­tory Month panel dis­cus­sion

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To close out Women’s His­tory Month, Art Africa Mi­ami in con­junc­tion with Har­ris Public Re­la­tions hosted “Women Shift­ing the Arts, Cul­ture and Tech­nol­ogy Land­scape in South Florida” on March 22 at the Art Africa Mi­ami mu­seum in Over­town. The panel dis­cus­sion fea­tured, from left, Amy Rosen­berg, Chief De­vel­op­ment Of­fi­cer for Friends of The Un­der­line; Jean Blackwell Font, Betsy Ho­tel rep­re­sen­ta­tive; La­toya Stir­rup, President of Dig­i­tal Grass and Co-host of Tech, Beats and Bytes and Gray­lyn Swil­ley-Woods, Ex­ec­u­tive Direc­tor of the Over­town Chil­dren and Youth Coali­tion. The dis­cus­sion was mod­er­ated by Carla Hill, Ed­u­ca­tion and Out­reach Man­ager for the South Mi­ami-Dade Cul­tural Arts Cen­ter.

PHO­TOS COUR­TESY OF MICHELLE HOLLINGER

WOMEN TALK: Above, pan­elists Amy Rosen­berg, Jean Blackwell Font, La­toya Stir­rup and Gray­lyn Swil­ley-Woods. Be­low, mod­er­a­tor, Carla Hill, right, shares a laugh with Swil­leyWoods.

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