29 Oct

Sankofa: Ocoee, Florida

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When Mose Norman, a prosperous African American farmer who had been leader of an energetic effort to register Black voters, showed up at the polls to vote that day, he was turned away, but assured by a.
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03 Aug

@THESPADY: FROM THE DIRECTOR

  • By Charlene Farrington
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Racial equity protests, global pandemic responses, the passing of iconic civil rights leaders, and a pivotal election. Now more than ever, history and historical context are important, as citizens cope with these forces simultaneously. However, these forces.
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15 Jun

@ The Spady: Hear From The Experts

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This blog on BlogTalkRadio.com is a partnership between ASALH South Florida (Association for the Study of African American Life and History) and The Spady Cultural Heritage Museum. With this blog, ASALH South Florida and The Spady Museum.
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