In a Sept. 29, 2017 photo, Miguel Pilgram talks about one of the properties he has under contract in the 1400 block of Sistrunk Boulevard  in Fort Lauderdale and his plans retail space and a performing arts center that he plans to transform into a blues club. Pilgram won a $52 million lottery in Miami-Dade seven years ago.  He says he feels a moral obligation to invest in the black community, which has a rich history of activism and passion.
In a Sept. 29, 2017 photo, Miguel Pilgram talks about one of the properties he has under contract in the 1400 block of Sistrunk Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale and his plans retail space and a performing arts center that he plans to transform into a blues club. Pilgram won a $52 million lottery in Miami-Dade seven years ago. He says he feels a moral obligation to invest in the black community, which has a rich history of activism and passion. South Florida Sun-Sentinel via AP Mike Stocker
In a Sept. 29, 2017 photo, Miguel Pilgram talks about one of the properties he has under contract in the 1400 block of Sistrunk Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale and his plans retail space and a performing arts center that he plans to transform into a blues club. Pilgram won a $52 million lottery in Miami-Dade seven years ago. He says he feels a moral obligation to invest in the black community, which has a rich history of activism and passion. South Florida Sun-Sentinel via AP Mike Stocker

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