THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE
FOR COMMUNITY AND JUSTICE
NCCJ COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP SEMINAR
Young leaders speak out about the changes we must make for Greater Miami to become a more welcoming community. How do we keep our young people from leaving Miami?
- Hear from graduates of Miami Fellows Initiative and others about what it will take to move further along the continuum from coexistence to true community.
- See universally acclaimed artwork from the Museum on the Seam in Jerusalem (titled COEXISTENCE), which the Miami Fellows will bring to create dialogue as part of Miami International Book Fair.
- Watch artist Xavier Cortada at work composing a mural to capture the panel discussion and audience response.
Mari Carmen Martinez, Karen Mahar, George Knox, Eddie Padilla, Gepsie Metellus, Jorge Mursuli, Marlon Hill, Raul Valdes Fauli, Marva Wiley, Melissa Buckner
7:30 AM Tuesday, July 1, 2003
Miami Dade Community College
Wolfson Campus, 245 NE Fourth Street
Chapman Conference Center
Building 3, Room 3-210 (Second Floor)
WHY? Because you will want to hear from emerging leaders and be a part of the excitement coming to Miami
HOW MUCH? $10.00 for breakfast and stimulating conversation
Please fax to NCCJ at 305 670-6440 and mail check to:
NCCJ, 9200 South Dadeland Boulevard, Suite 305, Miami, Florida 33156-2711
Email: ______________________________ Phone: _______________________
Please send your check as soon as possible. All reservations will be honored.
Xavier Cortada has exhibited his works in museums, galleries, and cultural venues around the world and has pioneered the use of the Internet in collaborative art-making. The Miami-based Cuban-American artist, attorney, and activist has worked collaboratively with diverse groups across the United States, Latin America, Europe and Africa to create pro-social community murals and participant-driven art projects.
Cortada has created murals for:
The White House