Friday, February 3, 2023

Tag: politics

North Miami Beach mayor defends his livelihood against legislation

The mayor of North Miami Beach says an ordinance barring city officials from some realestate transactions that need city approval is an...

A More Perfect Union focuses on what mainstream media lacks (includes...

"A More Perfect Union" podcast focuses on providing the audience with fact-based podcasts that highlight areas where mainstream reporting may be lacking in...

Criminal justice reform a priority for Harold Fernandez Pryor

Harold Fernandez Pryor is well aware of the inconsistencies and flaws of the criminal justice system. Growing up in Dade City near Tampa “across...

Friedland outraised Mezrahi in Aventura commission race she won

Aventura incumbent Gladys Mezrahi was defeated for reelection to Aventura Commission seat 5 by Rachel S. Friedland, who ran for office for the first...

Political analyst Brian Fonseca: “Massive disinformation” in election social media

Social media platforms were at the forefront of the 2020 Presidential Election. Voters of all ages used digital platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and...

Young voters turn to social media for political education (includes video...

As the 2020 presidential election comes to an end, we look at the important role social media has played. Platforms like TikTok, Facebook, Instagram...

Trump versus Biden in the battle of the signs (includes video...

The presidential election is less than two weeks away and plenty of people are showing their support for a preferred candidate with a sign...

South Florida Access: Biden or Trump? The Social Dilemma, Models, DJ’s...

South Florida Access is back with its fourth at-home episode. Valeria Venturini and Monica Lebro host “The Hot Minute,” early-voting edition. The duo asked...

The pandemic has shown social media is a vital tool to...

Social media can motivate young people to go from intending to vote to taking action, according to a study by Tufts University.  Isabel Muir, a...

Daniella Levine Cava’s voyage from activist to political leader

It took county mayoral candidate Daniella Levine Cava about 10 years to truly fall in love with Miami.  The Miami-Dade District 8 commissioner arrived here...