IMPACT AROUND TOWN

#highlyrecommended events by editorial team

  • Who Is Miami
    Sat, Apr 23
    Miami-Dade Main Library // Art Gallery
    Apr 23, 9:00 AM – Aug 20, 6:00 PM
    Miami-Dade Main Library // Art Gallery, 101 W Flagler St, Miami, FL 33130, USA
    “Who Is Miami” is a multimedia storytelling collaboration between Impact.Edition and Good Miami Project to capture the tremendous – and sometimes invisible – efforts of local changemakers fighting for social and environmental justice.
  • The Blues Opera
    Thu, Jun 02
    A undisclosed location in Little Havana. L
    Jun 02, 7:00 PM – Jun 26, 11:00 PM
    A undisclosed location in Little Havana. L
    Juggerknot Theatre Company presents an intimate, immersive, and captivating one-man-show: “The Blues Opera,” the autobiographical story of South Florida Blues legend, Eric Garcia (aka) “Uncle Scotchy” written by the musician himself.
  • Chain Letters
    Tue, Mar 01
    Miami
    Mar 01, 4:43 PM EST
    Miami, 6620 NE 5th Ave, Miami, FL 33138, USA
    Chain Letters features 28 poems by Morningside students. The wrap transforms an everyday fence into a colorful art installation that greets commuters on NE 4th Court adjacent to the school. The poems appear in four languages (English, Spanish, Haitian Creole, and French).

JOURNALISM FOR IMPACT & ACHIEVING THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS 

pick a goal to discover a featured story 

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I WANT TO GO HOME

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WE ALL HAVE STORIES TO TELL

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SMALL STEPS, MULTIPLIED BY MILLIONS

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WHO GUARDS THE GUARDIANS?

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FROM GOOD TO AWESOME

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BETTER ME, BETTER EARTH

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LET’S THE WALLS TALK 

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HIGH WATERS

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WE LIVE OUT HERE

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ORCHESTRATING CHANGE

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TAKE THE BUS, THEY SAID

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THE SWEET TASTE OF A CIRCULAR ECONOMY