Welcome back to South Florida Access! Our first-ever at-home episode, hosted by Monica Lebro, takes you through South Florida in the age of the coronavirus pandemic and social distancing.
SFA reporter Valeria Venturini talked to the founder of MODE Revolution, Cindy Hassan, about using social media to reach consumers, spread the message about sustainability and tell quarantine stories.
Orlando J. Addison, an Afro-Latino leader and founder of the Ernesto Gamboa Project and the Afro-Latino Excellence Summit, spoke with SFA reporter Paola Marcano-Bolívar about his work on increasing the representation of the Afro-Latino community as the Black Lives Matter movement continues to impact society.
Oncologist Dr. Raul Storey and Venezuelan fashion designer Katherine Cordero sat with SFA reporter Andrea V. Gonzalez to talk about giving back to the community, as well as working with Cordero on We Are Goddess Society to give cancer patients just another reason to smile.
To finish off, SFA features the non-profit organization Buddy System MIA, which delivers aid to those who need help when they’re sick. SFA reporter Yuselys Solis spoke to co-founders Kristen Guerin and Jessica Gutierrez. They started the non-profit after Guerin fell ill with COVID-19.