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Postponed: A free community event: ‘Coming Together for Change’ in Miami

This event has been postponed to be rescheduled at a later date.

In “Coming Together for Change,” the Sandrell Rivers Theater seeks to bring together leaders of not-for-profits, the police, business leaders, and others to help create a system of change in the community. The public is invited to attend and participate at no cost.

Original date:
When: Sept. 30, at 6 p.m.
Where: Sandrell Rivers Theater, 6103 NW Seventh Ave., Miami 

In August of 2022 Officer Cesar Echaverry was shot and killed just steps from the Sandrell Rivers Theater. In the one month since that tragic death, we’ve seen more shootings and deaths in our community, including 85-year old Elizabeth Level, known in the community as Ms. Liz.

Organizers state, from a point of community service, “The violence must stop. We must be the change we seek to see. Join us, and be a part of the solution as we seek to create large-scale system change in our community.”

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Mary Lou Cruz

About Mary Lou Cruz

I worked at the South Florida Sun Sentinel for 21 years, as an Advertising Special Sections Writer; Editorial Systems Editor in Technology; and Editorial Assistant in the Newsroom. Before my newspaper career, I worked in the airline and travel industry and I have lived in Brazil, Puerto Rico and vacationed in more than 25 countries. Originally, I'm from Maryland. I moved to Florida in 1984 and raised my daughter in Miami. Send me notices and details for upcoming free events, from Jupiter to Boca, at

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