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My Future, My Choice: Miami Gardens promises programs

In high crime area, politicians promise to offer students more help

City of Miami Gardens Vice Mayor Felicia Robinson was at the "My Future, My Choice" town hall on Friday in Overtown. 

Robinson promised the city will launch more programs to help students after school. One of the new programs includes guidance for aspiring rappers and music producers, Robinson said. 


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