On July 28th one of the many loggerhead sea turtle nests at HVKBP hatched. The lovely and tiny young sea turtles came out of
There’s a beach in Miami that marks the history of segregation in America — and Black residents are fighting to preserve it.
The Virginia Key Beach Park Trust recently participated in the Unity in the Community Peace Walk. The event was sponsored by Miami Dade
Seventy-five years ago, a uniquely bold and courageous action by African American citizens of Miami changed the course of South Florida history and
Statement | Washington, DC | June 18, 2020
National Trust for Historic Preservation Statement on Confederate Monuments
• Author: The National Trust for Historic
Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, Jubilee Day and Cel-Liberation Day, is an American holiday celebrated on June 19. On June 19, 1865,
The Virginia Key Beach Park Trust remembers Albert Moss, a.k.a DJ Uncle AL. Born in Miami and a resident of Liberty City, he became known around Miami for throwing
Historic Virginia Key Beach Park Re-Opening Plan
CDC/COVID19 guidelines for safety
The COVID19 pandemic has made operations of the Historic Beach Park and public access
Happy Mother’s Day to all mothers.
I never dreamed that we would be celebrating this wonderful spring holiday that salutes moms everywhere, via Zoom