My Visual Journal

Ghandi Day

South Miami, Florida. October 2, 2010. Jaylen Brown, 5, runs toward the net in a basketball inflatable game at the Ghandi Day carnival. Brown, who is student at Ludlum elementary school, played football, went down an inflatable slide and had cotton candy at the event. Ghandi Day is the largest service organization at the University of Miami hosting a city-wide service day each year. Photo by Lindsay Brown.

South Miami, Florida. October 2, 2010. Robert Holton, 6, runs past University of Miami Rory Crowe. Junior Crowe, from the Beta fraternity, set up a game of pick-up football with a group of local children at the South Miami Community Center during 2010 Ghandi Day. Ghandi Day is an annual event that places students into the community for service including a mural by the Miami River and helping at the Miami Zoo. Photo by Lindsay Brown.

South Miami, Florida. October 2, 2010. Terry Doctor, 6, plays basketball on an inflatable at the South Miami Community Center Carnival during the University of Miami's Ghandi Day. Students from around South Miami came to the carnival to enjoy inflatables and games as well as learning from the Police Explorers about giving back to the community and safety on the internet and around strangers. Photo by Lindsay Brown.

South Miami, Florida. October 2, 2010. Freshman Gerald Cowan helps make cotton candy during Ghandi Day Saturday. Cowan volunteered for the service day through the University of Miami organization, Canes Emergency Rescue Team (CERT). Photo by Lindsay Brown.

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