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Mayor Oliver Gilbert Talks Miami Gardens' Future, Trayvon Martin & Black Apathy


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Mayor Oliver Gilbert Talks Miami Gardens' Future, Trayvon Martin & Black Apathy

On the heels of asking voters to agree to invest $60 million into Miami Gardens, Mayor Oliver Gilbert is the latest guest on Peter Bailey's critically-acclaimed NiteCap series. The Mayor talks exclusively about Trayvon Martin, black apathy and his hopes to make Miami Gardens a blueprint of successful black governance.






COMMENTS (2)

Strong leader.

William C Wilson - Chris
2016-12-05T16:25:35.000Z

(34:55) I totally agree with that quote because it is becoming mental laziness of letting others tell me who I am. People is so damn quick to turn on the news to listen to our counterparts tell us how f*** up we r and our communities which is not the truth all the time.

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2014-04-21T08:33:10.000Z

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