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Graffiti Museum and 'Chernobyl Stories' Meeting: How to Spend a Weekend in Miami (April 23-25)

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What: Exhibition on the history of racial injustice

When: Friday-Sunday, April 23-25

Where: The Wolfsonian — Florida International University, 1001 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139

More: The case of the Scottsboro Boys - nine black youths falsely accused of rape in Alabama in 1931 - sparked an international campaign to save them from the electric chair. The US Communist Party has taken up its legal advocacy, organized mass demonstrations, published pamphlets and magazines exposing the brutality of white supremacy.

The exhibition features original manuscripts and pictures that illustrate this story as part of the ongoing wave of racial injustice and resistance in the United States, as well as other art and publications dedicated to the civil rights struggle in the 1930s.

Cost: Free options

 

What: Graffiti museum

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When: Friday-Sunday, April 23-25

Where: Museum of Graffiti, 299 NW 25th St, Miami, FL 33127

More: The museum exposition reflects the evolution of aerosol art, its culture and roots in New York as a teenage pastime of the 1970s; explains both the explosive popularity of graffiti and how it became a global phenomenon, the largest and most powerful art movement in history.

Cost: $ 0-18

 

What: Exhibition about life in Miami and the COVID-19 pandemic

When: Friday-Sunday, April 23-25

Where: Historic Ward Rooming House 249 Northwest 9th Street Miami, FL 33136

More: The exhibition of works from the world of photography allows you to reflect on life in Miami at a historical moment. The unique installation is an interactive multimedia series of programs with photographs, literature and music. It is dedicated to the first anniversary and people who died as a result of the pandemic in Miami.

Cost: Free options

 

What: Food Truck Festival

When: Friday, April 23, from 17:00

Where: Food Trucks Fridays Fiesta Tropical Park, 7900 SW 40th St, Miami, FL 33155

More: Food Trucks Fridays Fiesta Tropical Park is a Miami favorite every Friday. Bring blankets and chairs with you to enjoy a delicious meal outdoors.

Cost: Free options

 

What: Literary readings with Marina Boroditskaya

When: Friday, April 23, from 19:00

Where: Online

More: This is a special opportunity to meet Marina Boroditskaya, a poet, renowned translator of English, American and French classical poetry.

Marina Boroditskaya was born in Moscow in 1954 and began publishing regularly in 1978. She publishes her poems in the magazines Novy Mir and Arion, and her translations do not leave the pages of Foreign Literature.

Marina is the author of more than twenty children's books, which have brought her three state awards, including the most prestigious - the Korney Chukovsky Prize and the Hans Christian Andersen diploma in 2013.

Cost: Free options

 

What: Online master class on Easter eggs

When: Sunday, April 25, from 12:00

Where: Online

More: Pysanka is an ornamented Easter egg in the traditional culture of the Slavic peoples. This is one of the varieties of the practice of dyeing and decorating along with dyes, kapanks, and cracklings. The attribute of spring-summer agricultural rituals is central to Easter rituals.

The master class will be held by Tatyana Konoval - Easter egg, Honored Craftswoman of Ukraine, author of the book "Pysankova Alphabet", head of the art circle for children.

Cost: $ 5-10

 

What: Meeting "Stories about Chernobyl"

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When: Sunday, April 25, from 19:00

Where: Online

More: At this meeting, you will hear the personal stories of people who lived in the immediate vicinity of the accident site. They will talk about how their life developed and what happened to their health years after the disaster.

April 26 marks the 35th anniversary of the explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. It became a disaster not only for the USSR, but for the whole world. Humanity still feels the consequences of the accident.

Cost: Free options

 

Dear readers! Please note that due to the epidemic of coronavirus infection, some activities may be canceled or rescheduled for other dates. Therefore, before visiting, we recommend checking the information on the sites of the organizers.

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In addition, look for interesting events for every day of the week in our calendar... Come in, find out, share with your friends. Before visiting, check the organizer's websites for details and locations of events, as they may change.

Keep us informed about what is happening in your city. Send information about events for the Russian-speaking diaspora by mail ad@forumdaily.com.

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