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The Historic Hampton House: Most Important Nexus in African American History

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In the 1950s and ’60s, when Miami Beach was still segregated and African-Americans were not allowed to sleep there, the Hampton House Motel was an oasis for African-American leaders, activists, performers, and professional athletes, including Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Sammy Davis Jr., Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Malcolm X, and Muhammad Ali.

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The Historic Hampton House: Most Important Nexus in African American History

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In the 1950s and ’60s, when Miami Beach was still segregated and African-Americans were not allowed to sleep there, the Hampton House Motel was an oasis for African-American leaders, activists, performers, and professional athletes, including Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Sammy Davis Jr., Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Malcolm X, and Muhammad Ali.

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Video Interviews with the Cast of “A Wonderful World”

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    Trailer for “A Wonderful World.”  3:18 min.   Editors Note:  On March 10th, 2020, Inspicio Arts recorded...

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Darlene Hope as Lucille Wilson

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Introduction to Darlene Hope. 0:49 sec.  Interview: Raymond Elman Editing and Production: Matthew Garcia. Recorded: 3/10/2020 at the...

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Nicole Henry as Alpha Smith

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NICOLE HENRY is an award-winning American Jazz singer. Since her debut in 2004, she has been one of the jazz world’s most acclaimed vocalists, possessing a potent combination of dynamic vocal abilities, impeccable phrasing, and powerful emotional resonance. This year, she will perform in the new musical “A Wonderful World,” the story of Louis Armstrong, debuting at the Colony Theatre in Miami Beach, FL.

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