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January

LACC/Inter-American Press Association Journalism Webinar Series

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Second installment of the 2021-2022 Journalism Series is "How to Shield Journalism Against Cyber Espionage" featuring Erika Guevara. In partnership with LACC, the Inter-American Press Association and FIU Journalism. Free and open to the public. Made possible with support from LACC's US Department of Education Title VI Grant. In Spanish. Part of LACC's FLAC Lecture Series.

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Venue:Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

Student workshop for 6-8 grade students at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden as part of The Fairchild Challenge. Students will explore how food eaten in their homes is representative of their heritage and how traditional recipes have been influenced by their surroundings. Made possible with support from LACC's US Department of Education Title VI Grant.

Women’s Empowerment in the Caribbean: Regional and Multi-Sectoral Perspectives

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This webinar is part of the second year of the LACC/CPC Caribbean Policy Series. Panelists from diverse sectors will analyze women's empowerment in the Caribbean region. The series has a special emphasis on the English-speaking Caribbean and is in cooperation with the Caribbean Policy Consortium (CPC). Free and open to the public.

LACC/Inter-American Press Association Journalism Webinar Series

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Third installment of the 2021-2022 Journalism Series features Janine Warner, Executive Director of SembraMedia. In partnership with LACC, the Inter-American Press Association and FIU Journalism. Free and open to the public. Made possible with support from LACC's US Department of Education Title VI Grant. In Spanish. Part of LACC's FLAC Lecture Series.

February

Economic Outlook and Adjustments in a Pandemic Caribbean

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This webinar is part of the second year of the LACC/CPC Caribbean Policy Series. Panelists will provide an economic analysis for the Caribbean region, taking into consideration changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The series has a special emphasis on the English-speaking Caribbean and is in cooperation with the Caribbean Policy Consortium (CPC). Free and open to the public.

LACC/Inter-American Press Association Journalism Webinar Series

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Fourth installment of the 2021-2022 Journalism Series is "Press Freedom Monitoring with Artificial Intelligence." In partnership with LACC, the Inter-American Press Association and FIU Journalism. Free and open to the public. Made possible with support from LACC's US Department of Education Title VI Grant. In Spanish. Part of LACC's FLAC Lecture Series.

20th Annual South Florida Tri-University Student Conference on Latin America and the Caribbean

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Venue:University of Miami

The University of Miami will host the twentieth annual Tri-University Student Conference. The Conference is a collaborative tradition of Florida Atlantic University, the University of Miami, and Florida International University.

March

Book Presentation: Immigration, Culture, and Mental Health

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Venue:Books and Books, 265 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables, FL

This book by Eugenio M. Rothe and Andrés J. Pumariega outlines the various psychosocial impacts of immigration on cultural identity and its impact on mainstream culture. Thoroughly researched, this book examines how cultural identity relates to individual mental health and should be taken into account in mental health treatment. Part of the Cuba and the Professions Series.

April

US-Caribbean Relations in Biden Administration Year One

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This webinar is part of the second year of the LACC/CPC Caribbean Policy Series. Panelists will analyze how US-Caribbean relations have evolved within the first year of the Biden administration. The series has a special emphasis on the English-speaking Caribbean and is in cooperation with the Caribbean Policy Consortium (CPC). Free and open to the public.