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Hurricane Andrew – Dadeland Mobile Home Park after passage of Andrew. Photo: NOAA’s National Weather Service (NWS) Collection
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Intersection: Remembering The Great Hurricane Of 1992

If you lived through Hurricane Andrew in 1992, you may remember the voice of meteorologist Bryan Norcross, who kept Floridians informed on their radios and portable TVs for nearly 24 hours as the storm devastated South Florida. Norcross reflects on Hurricane Andrew, and storm preparation in 2017.
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(L-R) John Horan, Joel Hunter & Shelley Lauten. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: State of Homelessness in Seminole County

The Central Florida Commission on Homelessness has taken a housing first approach, trying to get families into homes so they can get the services they need. How’s that strategy playing out in Seminole County? County Commissioner John Horan and Shelley Lauten and Joel Hunter from the Commission on Homelessness discuss the way forward.
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Chris Belt. Photo: Matthew Peddie WMFE.
Intersection Sessions

Intersection: Chris Belt

Orlando composer, conductor and performer Chris Belt is on the leading edge of contemporary classical music. Belt joined Intersection to talk about finding music in unlikely places, like the leaves of a plant, and he plays some songs on his guitar. 
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Richard Spencer. Photo: Flickr.
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Intersection: The Line Between Hate Speech and Free Speech

On Wednesday the University of Florida president released a statement saying Richard Spencer would not be rented a space to give a speech at the university. Spencer, the president of the National Policy Institute, and seen as a leader of the white supremacy movement in the US, had applied to speak at UF in September.
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