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Venezuela Incarcerates Children; MOAD Has A New Director; & Puerto Rican Flautist Nestor Torres

Tim Padgett
Tamara Taraciuk of Human Rights Watch describing Venezuela's human rights abuses at the University of Miami's Institute for the Advanced Study of the Americas on Thursday.

The Human Rights Watch recently released a dispatch on a growing problem in Venezuela. Tamara Taraciuk Broner published her findings called Kids Behind Bars in Venezuela. She said on Sundial that government officials had arrested more than 400 minors.

The Miami Dade College Museum of Art and Design has a new director in Rina Carvajal and a new mission. We discussed a few of their latest exhibits still to come.

Puerto Rican flutist Nestor Torres is a Grammy-Award winner and coming to Boca Raton, at the World Performing Arts Center on April 21 at 7:30 PM.

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Luis Hernandez is an award-winning journalist and host whose career spans three decades in cities across the U.S. He’s the host of WLRN’s newest daily talk show, Sundial (Mon-Thu), and the news anchor every afternoon during All Things Considered.