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Climate & Housing Wins in Miami

Thank you to everyone who showed up, spoke from the heart and made change happen! Last night, residents of Miami alongside GenCLEO, Miami Climate Alliance, Catalyst Miami, Engage Miami and other partners rallied outside Miami City Hall to demand investments in climate and housing. See video for highlights.  And then together we lined up to speak at […]

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Help Those Affected By Hurricane Ida

The Community Emergency Operations Center (CEOC) is a coalition of organizations formed after Hurricane Irma that coordinate timely response to poor, working class people before during and after disaster. We are lawyers, social workers, medical professionals and organizers that fulfill peoples needs during crisis interventions. Not only has the CEOC responded to Miami, it has […]

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Ever wanted to run for office?

Miami needs more elected leaders from right here within our communities. That’s why Catalyst Miami created the Catalyst Candidate Institute, which provides comprehensive training on the basics you need to know to ethically run a grassroots campaign.  By supporting community change-makers to run and understand the system, we can change the face of politics in Miami […]

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SURVEY ON ACCESS TO U.S. DEPT OF ENERGY FUNDING

DOE seeks to understand the barriers to entry to DOE funding opportunities and other forms of assistance for first-time applicants, individuals from groups historically underrepresented in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)3, individuals from underserved communities, organizations that support underserved communities, such as, minority serving institutions (MSI’s) or that are located in underserved communities, as […]

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Mass Evictions legislation

The tenants of Hamilton on the Bay once again displayed true power when they demanded that the City of Miami do something about these mass evictions at their building, and all the others that have seen eviction orders after the Surfside collapse. The city, Comm. Russell in particular, responded in turn by ordering the City […]

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Miami-Dade wants your feedback on climate strategy

Take a survey on Miami-Dade County's Climate Action Strategy and offer valuable feedback to continue planning for the effects of climate change. The communitywide plan, currently in draft form and released on Earth Day, is designed to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030 and reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. The survey, which builds on the County's Thrive305 Civic Engagement Initiative, is available […]

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Be Ready Before the Storm

Making Sense of the 2021 Hurricane Season: This webinar will present information and research findings to inform the public on hurricane preparedness barriers and trends.

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Celebrate Juneteenth with Roots Collective

This Juneteenth the Roots Collective has an entire weekend of community! Friday, June 18th - Kickback Friday Juneteenth edition at the Roots Black House (5525 NW 7th Ave Miami Fl 33127) Saturday, June 19th (Juneteenth) - 20 SoFlo orgs to host a full day Block Party / Day of Service with BBQ, Music, Community Walks and Runs, Giveaways, Youth Activities and much more […]

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Hamilton Residents Fight Back

The residents of Hamilton on the Bay have declared their demands, and all of South Florida has heard them. The press conference last Tuesday was a great success, with impassioned testimony from many of Hamilton's tenants who have had enough of their landlord's lies and deceptions. It's already getting results, as every elected official in the area […]

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1st Annual Climate Justice Summit

This 4 day virtual event intends to educate around Climate Justice Issues and build relationships within our region. The summit will emphasize the Community's power to build local power and bring awareness to local struggles for justice and climate resiliency needs. Each day will feature interactive sessions with community leaders and partners. Day 1 Food […]

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