This, Too, Is Miami

Peter Coy

As Super Bowl Sunday in Miami's Dolphin Stadium approaches, labor activists and low-income housing advocates are trying to call attention to the other Miami, where poor people are being hemmed in by poverty and gentrification.

The activists such as One Miami Now say investment should help the people in neighborhoods like Overtown, Liberty City, and Little Haiti, not displace them. And there's no better time to make their case than now, when reporters are looking for a fresh angle on the big event.

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