Sunday, March 3, 2024

Jesse Fraga

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Jesse Fraga studies Digital Journalism as well as Women's and Gender Studies. He was awarded "Best Coverage of LGBT Issues" and "Best News Photo" by the Society of Professional Journalists Sunshine State Awards. Fraga works as an intern for Miami New Times and was the former News Director of PantherNOW. He hopes to bridge the gap between queer news and mainstream media.

City of Miami’s Old Smokey victims still await reparations

Hollis Gaitor lives in a house perched just outside the gate of a long-shuttered trash incinerator on the corner of Jefferson Street and Washington...

Florida Rep. Wilson wants to raise teachers’ pay. They agree but say more is...

Teaching alone has never been enough to live on for Ana Soler, 55. The single mother takes on five supplemental positions at Riviera Middle...

What to expect from Biden’s State of the Union address (includes video story)

President Biden delivers his second State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress and the nation on Tuesday night at 9...

The struggle of small food vendors (includes documentary)

Having a small business has never been easy. Studies have shown that only 40% of these concerns are considered profitable. But now, recent economic...

ViiV healthcare funds $8 million to black women living with HIV/AIDS

Content Notice: This story discusses topics including sexual assault and harassment. If you have been impacted by sexual assault, the National Sexual Assault Hotline...

Small food businesses face challenges after pandemic (includes podcast)

Small Business Talk is a podcast where economics experts are invited to talk about thechallenges of small businesses, share their insights are provide recommendations...

Queer friendly hotspots to check out in Miami

Coral Gables Art Cinema260 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables, FL. 33134786-472-2249gablescinema.com  This cinema beams with equity and inclusivity at its forefront. Many featured films have exhibited...

How skating evolved into a liberating outlet for Miami’s queer creatives

Miami’s skate culture is a growing community where free expression is encouraged, and judgment is disdained - a space many members of the queer...

Miami-Dade “community ID” program to benefit transgender individuals

A new Miami-Dade County "community identification" bill aims to build trust between law enforcement, residents and legal services. It could even save the lives...