South Florida PBS, in partnership with the South Florida Sun Sentinel, will host a FB Live interactive community conversation, Parkland - The Way Forward on March 21st starting at 8 PM. This unprecedented and solutions-oriented interactive conversation will broadcast on WPBT and WXEL on March 22nd at 8 PM. It will also be broadcast statewide and available on BECON TV.
Your South Florida host, Pam Giganti will be joined by State Rep. Jared Moskowitz (D), Dist. 97, State Rep. George Moraitis (R), Dist. 93; Broward Schools Superintendent, Robert Runcie; Florida PTA Legislative Chair, Angie Gallo; and Chair of Crisis Management Program for Miami-Dade Public Schools, Frank Zenere, Ed.S. They will answer questions posted by participants of the FB Live Stream and offer solutions addressing mental health, gun policy, & school safety.
“As South Florida's premiere public media organization, SFPBS recognizes its responsibility to produce important and relevant content related to the tragedy that happened in our own neighborhood which has spurred conversation nationwide. This hour-long interactive community conversation special will focus on solutions, moving from action to accomplishment in pursuit of the goal #NeverAgain,” said Joyce Belloise, VP of Content and Community Partnerships.
Parkland – The Way Forward is made possible by The Josephine S. Leiser Foundation,
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