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Special Speaker Series: Bea Hines: Reflections on Community Relations & Building BridgesFebruary 2 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

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February 2 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

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Date:
February 2
Time:
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
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Miami Beach JCC
4221 Pine Tree Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33140 United States
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Phone:
305-534-3206
Website:
https://mbjcc.org

Special Speaker Series: Bea Hines: Reflections on Community Relations & Building Bridges

This event is part of the JCC’s Wednesdays at the JCC Special Speaker Series.  If you are attending, individually boxed/wrapped snacks and refreshments will be served.  If you are a non-member attending this event we ask for a $10 contribution for the refreshments.

Join us for a conversation with Bea Hines, the first Black journalist hired by the Miami Herald in 1970. She is currently a freelance journalist writing on community and religious issues affecting Miami, including a weekly column in the Neighbors section of the Miami Herald.  The conversation will be moderated by Dr. Miriam Klein Kassenoff.

In addition to a long career as a journalist, Hines has taught and led workshops at several universities, including Savannah State University, the University of California-Berkeley, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, and the University of Memphis. In 1981, her columns were nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, and, in 1985, she was recognized as one of the top five-woman columnists in the country by Savvy magazine. She has also been honored by The Church of God Tabernacle in Miami and appeared in the documentary Instruments of Change in 2013.

nd Mechanical University, and the University of Memphis. In 1981, her columns were nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, and, in 1985, she was recognized as one of the top five-woman columnists in the country by Savvy magazine. She has also been honored by The Church of God Tabernacle in Miami and appeared in the documentary Instruments of Change in 2013.