A Podcast On Climate Change Gentrification, Miami's Resilience Chief & The Film Cuba

Nov 5, 2019

On this Tuesday, Nov. 5, episode of Sundial: 

The Stakes Podcast 

The three-part series, “There Goes the Neighborhood: Miami” looks at the Magic City's affordable housing crisis and climate change gentrification. In the podcast, a partnership between WLRN and WNYC in New York, reporter Nadege Green brings host Kai Wright of “The Stakes” on a journey through the neighborhoods of Little Haiti and Liberty City to illustrate the changes happening as developers start to buy land on higher elevations. Green joined Sundial to talk about the making of the podcast and what she discovered. 

Listen to the first episode of There Goes The Neighborhood: Miami

Miami Resilience Chief

City of Miami's first Chief Resilience Officer Jane Gilbert was featured in the series “There Goes the Neighborhood: Miami.” She joined Sundial to discuss the steps the city is taking to protect folks from sea-level rise and how the county is responding to the changes in neighborhoods as a result of climate change gentrification.

The Film Cuba

The new documentary film “Cuba” is a love letter to the island nation. Director Peter Chang takes viewers on a visual journey through the island’s ballet, coral reefs and architecture. The film opened the 34th Annual Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival this past weekend and continues to screen at the Museum of Discovery & Science Autonation IMAX. Chang joins Sundial to discuss the significance of releasing the film in the current political environment and what he hopes South Florida audiences take away from it.