About the Marketplace
The Roots Black Marketplace serves as the nucleus for locally owned black business within South Florida. On the 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month from 12pm to 6pm in the heart of downtown Little Haiti, the Black Marketplace is home to a diverse platform of vendors across various industries.
The Roots Marketplace provides opportunities for the black community to build, promote, and grow their brands in order to become financially self sufficient. Our Marketplace is Miami’s 1st black orientated market and sits as the cornerstone of black and brown economic excellence.
"With the help of creative platforms we will surely get free."
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June 2nd Roots Black Marketplace
FROM 10AM TO 6PM
Little Haiti Cultural Center
212-260 NE 59th Terrace
Miami, FL 33137
Building the Black Community So We Can Invest In Ourselves
Join us every month in Downtown Little Haiti for live entertainment, fresh food, youth friendly activities and more!
June 30th MAROON POETRY FESTIVAL
FROM 11AM TO 7PM
Belafonte Tacolcy Center
6161 NW 9th Ave
Miami, FL 33127
MAROON POETRY FESTIVAL
is a community-organized poetry festival in South Florida presented by Smoke Signals Studio & Community Justice Project. The inaugural festival will honor poets from the Black Arts Movement and their commitment to community & truth telling. Inspired by the history of Maroon communities in Florida, the festival will feature renowned national and international poets as well as poets from the Voices:
Poetry for The People workshop series by poet and educator Aja Monet supported by the Knight Foundation.
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