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2015

THE YOUTH ZONE AT 2015 OVERTOWN MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL

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FestivalMiami, FL, July 31, 2015:  On Saturday, July 25, 2015 over 6,000+ families converged on NW 3rd Avenue in Historic Overtown for the 2015 Overtown Music & Arts Festival to experience the rich culture of Overtown.  T.E.E.S. produced an extraordinary Youth Zone presented by The Green Family Foundation and Early Learning Coalition.

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FROM WITHIN AND WITHOUT: THE HISTORY OF HAITIAN PHOTOGRAPHY

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photosNSU Art Museum Exhibit, June 21 – October 4, 2015

Photography has provided ongoing and important narratives of Haiti’s people, art, culture and politics since the advent of the medium in the 19th century. From June 21 through October 4, 2015, NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale will present the first comprehensive museum survey of photography in Haiti in the exhibition From Within and Without: The History of Haitian Photography.

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FIU receives $20 million gift for international affairs school

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WRITTEN BY WORLDCITY STAFF ON 23 APRIL 2015. POSTED IN SOUTH FLORIDA BUSINESS NEWS

Florida International University announced a $20 million donation to its School of International and Public Affairs, the largest gift yet to that school.

The donation comes from the Green Family Foundation backed by Steven J. Green, the former CEO of luggage company Samsonite and a former U.S. ambassador.

Green now leads investment group Greenstreet Partners and serves as honorary consul for Singapore in Miami. He was U.S. ambassador to Singapore from 1997-2001.

"I think the interconnectivity of the world today is so close that unless people have a knowledge of other cultures and other political systems, we're never going to have a peaceful world," said Green in announcing the donation. "The School of International and Public Affairs deals with the integration of these ideas and truly creates a platform for tomorrow's leaders."

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A $20 million donation to FIU will expand foreign policy programs

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Ambassador Steven Green, left, with
Florida International University
president Mark Rosenberg.
MIKE ASENCIO COURTESY OF FIU

BY CHRISTINA VEIGA
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Florida International University on Monday announced one of the largest donations in its history: a $20 million gift to the School of International and Public Affairs.

The money will help FIU pursue a prestigious accreditation, construct a new building, establish scholarships and rename the school in honor of former Ambassador Steven Green, whose family foundation made the donation.

“I wanted to make sure the I in FIU was a big I, for ‘international,’” Green said.

The financial backing will support what will be known as the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs or “Green School.” Historic changes taking place in Cuba underscore the importance of educating students on international affairs, he said.

“Miami has the opportunity to be at the forefront of foreign policy, and I’m hoping that the school will be able to mature quickly enough and build itself quickly enough to make sure we’re at the center,” he said.

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DRIVING OUT BREAST CANCER

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The Linda Fenner 3D Mobile Mammography Center

Story by FIU Medicine

mammogramMammography plays a key role in the early detection of breast cancer.

In a recent issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, investigators in the largest study to date found that 3-D mammography detects more breast cancers with fewer “false alarms” than standard or digital mammograms alone. It is expected to outperform standard digital mammography in detecting small invasive breast cancers and lobular cancers, which can be the most lethal.

The Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine at Florida International University recently purchased a 3-D Mobile Mammography Center and partnered with the Braman Family Foundation to make this state-of-the-art cancer screening available to South Florida’s most needy and most vulnerable communities.

A $1.1 million gift from the Foundation will allow the College of Medicine to offer free 3-D mammograms to women enrolled in the HWCOM’s innovative Green Family Foundation NeighborhoodHELP™ (NHELP™) initiative.

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