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Author Barbara Mailer Wasserman & “Love of My Life”

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Before retiring, BARBARA MAILER WASSERMAN worked as a researcher on television documentaries and an editor in publishing.  A graduate of Radcliffe College, she’s lived in Greenwich Village for the past sixty-five years. Her brother, author Norman Mailer, became one of the 20th Century’s most celebrated and controversial literary figures.  Her new memoir, “Love of My Life,” was published by Arbitrary Press in 2021.

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Paul Saltzman: Filmmaker, Photographer, Writer, Founder of Moving Beyond Prejudice

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PAUL SALTZMAN (b.1943) is a Canadian film and television producer and director. A two-time Emmy Award-recipient, he has been credited on more than 300 films, both dramas and documentaries. His most recent film is the feature documentary Meeting the Beatles in India.

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Kimberly Green: President of the Green Family Foundation

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A philanthropist, writer and documentary-filmmaker, KIMBERLY GREEN has led the Green Family Foundation (GFF) since 1997. Under her leadership, GFF has spearheaded a variety of initiatives in Haiti and in her native Miami.

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Broadcast Journalist Stephanie Bertini: From Toronto to Miami to the National Stage

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STEPHANIE BERTINI is the Miami-based correspondent for the Black News Channel (BNC). Her coverage area includes Latin America, the Caribbean, Central and South Florida.

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Author Nicholas Griffin: From Ping Pong to Jai Alai

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NICHOLAS GRIFFIN:  “I was born in London, left when I was 18, spent the next twenty years in New York and moved to Miami in the summer of 2013. I’ve written for newspapers, magazines, film and TV folks. But books, well, I like the books the best. I’ve got an English father, an American mother, a Venezuelan wife, a surfing son, a skateboarding daughter and a very old dog from New Jersey.”

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