Florida Black Heritage Trail

Would love to get a hard copy of the 1991, 2007, and any recent edition of Florida’s Black Heritage Trail publication. In 1990, the Florida Legislature created the Study Commission…

Delta Sigma Theta and Others Visit Fort Mose

Couples, families, and groups were out last Saturday to learn about Fort Mose’s (pronounced Mo’say) history. Attendance was diverse in age, gender, and ethnicity. Pictured is the Palm Coast Chapter…

Zora Neale Hurston – Florida Cultural Resources

Stumbled upon…Zora Neale Hurston, a Florida Historic Landmark. Located along King Street in St. Augustine Florida 🖤#VisitBlackHistory ⚡️ #ZoraNealeHurston

Flight to Freedom: Fort Mose Historic Park

Heading to St. Augustine Florida this week. Going to cover the annual “Flight to Freedom” event at Fort Mose Historic Park. The Fort Mose Historical Society will host daily events…

Dr. James Eaton – FAMU Black Archives

Story published July 15, 1993 in the Atlanta Constitution “A Man and His Museum” In 1971 legislation was passed in Florida that mandated the creation of a repository to “serve…

Just Added to Cultural & Natural Resource Directory: Florida A&M Black Archives Research Center and Museum

Via @TheMergingLanesProject Added Florida A & M University’s Black Archives Research Center and Museum to our Cultural & Natural Resource Directory The archive is 1 of 10 Black Archives in…