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Celebrating the O,Miami Poetry Festival

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As the war in VIETNAM raged, one of the largest and most successful youth-led resistance movements in American history was growing at home. Hundreds of thousands of young men opposed to an unjust war said NO to being drafted into the military, risking up to five years in federal prison. Their individual courage and collective nonviolent actions helped end a tragic war and the draft. Directed by Oscar-nominated filmmaker JUDITH EHRLICH, and featuring draft resistance leader DAVID HARRIS,  The Boys Who Said NO! tells for the first time the inspiring story and impact of the draft resistance movement.

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Ivan Wilzig and his “Unstoppable” Father

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IVAN L. WILZIG is an American recording artist and songwriter who is best known for his pop-dance remakes of 1960s and early 1970s peace songs. He created The Peaceman Foundation, a non-profit organization that battles hatred, violence and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Wilzig’s father Siggi Wilzig (1926–2003) came to the United States as a Holocaust survivor from Germany. Siggi Wilzig ultimately became Chairman, President and CEO of Wilshire Oil Company of Texas and Chairman, President and CEO of The Trust Company of New Jersey.

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Honoring Yom HaShoah — Holocaust Remembrance Day

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In Honor of Yom HaShoah — Holocaust Remembrance Day, 2021, we have curated a group of video interviews and stories from the Inspicio archives.

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Celebrating Women’s History Month

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In celebration of WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH, 2021, we have curated a group of video interviews from the Inspicio archives with prominent women in the arts, who are connected to the Miami and South Florida areas.

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Celebrating Black History Month

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In celebration of BLACK HISTORY MONTH, 2021, we have curated a group of video interviews from the Inspicio archives with people who experienced the Hampton House during segregation, and with prominent Black people in the arts, who are connected to the Miami and South Florida areas.

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