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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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Khalilah Ali, a Remarkable Journey

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    Introduction to Khalilah Ali.  1:31 min.  Photo & design:  Raymond Elman.   In the Spring of 2018, photographer...

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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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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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