Magdalena Lamarre Migration to South Florida

In honor of Black History Month our February Virtual Program will be on Afro-Caribbean Migration to Florida with emphasis on the Bahamas

This program will examine the migration and settlement patterns of the various Afro-Caribbean peoples who made Florida their home and their contributions to its history and culture.

The program will be presented by Magdalena Lamarre, who was a Full Professor of History and Sociology at Miami Dade College until her retirement in 2016.

She earned a BA in History and Secondary Education from Hunter College, MA in History from Stony Brook University, and did post-graduate work in Sociology and Education at Florida International University.

During her tenure at MDC, she co-produced three Oral History documentaries: Surviving and Thriving (2012) Holocaust Survivors experiences during and after the Holocaust; Crossing Bridges Towards Equality (2015) Civil Rights era integration of a high school in Alabama; Forging New Lives After Hurricane Maria: Puerto Rican Student Voices (2019) Experiences of Puerto Rican students who attended Miami Dade College after the hurricane; a project supported by a Florid Humanities Council Community Project grant.

She was awarded the prestigious Miami Dade College Alumni Association Endowed Teaching Chair in 2011, and the NISOD Excellence Award in 1994 and 2012.

This is a free virtual program.

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We will alsp be live-streaming on Facebook.

WHEN
February 17, 2021 at 6:30pm - 7:30pm
WHERE
Pompano Beach Historical Society
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Claudia DuBois Carmen Allende David Wheeler Diane Bourgoyne Patricia Pompano History

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