Spotlighting the beautiful, yet often ignored, work of Afro-Caribbean artists

In another edition of REVOLT BLACK NEWS’s “Stand Up For” series, presented by State Farm, Managing Director of the Little Haiti Cultural Complex Sandy Dorsainvil spotlights how the organization’s youth arts center bridges culture, community and youth! Little Haiti Cultural Complex is based in Miami, Florida and is one of the few entities in the United States that highlights the work of Afro-Caribbean artists.

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