Miami Dade College’s Freedom Tower is an iconic National Historic Landmark on Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Miami. The Freedom Tower is considered the “Ellis Island of the South” as it provided medical, housing, and financial support to Cuban refugees from 1962 to 1974 through the Cuban Assistance Center. Today, the tower is home to thriving cultural programs of Miami Dade College: Miami Book Fair, Miami Film Festival, MDC Live Arts, the Kislak Center, and the Cuban Legacy Gallery. The Freedom Tower was chosen among the top 20 historic sites in the U.S. to participate in the Partners in Preservation 2018: Celebrating Diversity on Main Street contest, with a chance to win part of $2 million in preservation grants. Mochee is leading the social media efforts on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to spread the message of diversity and inclusion, share the history of the tower, and help get votes from the Miami community.