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The Racial Climate at Miami Country Day School, World Cup Exhibit, Coral Gables Record Label

Danielle Geathers (left) and Taylor Lynott (right) are students at Miami Country Day School.

WLRN Education reporter Jessica Bakeman spent time talking to black students at Miami Country Day School, a private institution with a predominantly white student body. According to the students, racism presents itself in many ways.

Bakeman reports on Sundial:

And Franklin Sirmans is the director of The Perez Art Museum and a huge soccer fan. In the lead up to the World Cup, he joined Sundial to talk about a new exhibit that looks at the role soccer plays in our lives, called The World’s Game: Fútbol and Contemporary Art. The exhibit looks at the many intersection between the game and art.

Lastly, Mark Hart is the director of a record label based in Coral Gables called Community Arts Program (C.A.P.). He has been part of the program for 15 years. And Amit Peled is a Grammy nominated cellist and the first to release a record through the company.