AFRICAN AMERICANS OF TAMPA
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Life lyrics and recollections. Some things will make you cry, some will make think, and some will make you laugh out loud.
Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune (1875-1955) was the founder of Bethune-Cookman University. She served as a New Deal government official -- she was one of the 20 highest-level offices held by women in the administration, and the highest held by an African American woman. She was
I have truly been blessed with great media coverage this past week. A big thank you to Mr. Ernest Hooper of the St. Petersburg Times for sharing the African Americans of Tampa and At Sula’s Feet story in the terriffic article that appeared in The Times last Friday. Then for including me in the Clear
Live television is amazing and so was the festival this year. Year 15 a success already!! Hope you joined the cultural experience and had some fun. FOX 13 News
Today the pavilion in the first two photos is known as the TECO Pavilion. I am told this is an original structure from the early days of Rogers Park from 40 plus years ago. I learned after the fact (would have taken a better photo), that the building with the wonderful mural painted on it
The December book launch of African Americans of Tampa was a resounding success. Before the program began I was signing books people purchased as they arrived when I heard Clemmie Perry, CEO of Women of Color Golf, ask a question from the sign in form. She asked “Are you or an ancestor in the book?” The response was “Yes, that’s me on
Professor Rudy. Cindy from the Plant City Photo Archives & History Center had made it a project to study the African Americans of Tampa and to her sheer delight she found her favorite high school math teacher. She called him and from page 90 of AAOT Rudolph “Rudy” Arnao sprang to life. He came to the December 2014
If this award is a sign of things to come regarding “African Americans of Tampa“, 2015 is going to be a lot of fun! Doing what I love and having people appreciate it is all good! Just think this was presented one month and one day after publication date!
My soon to be released book, African Americans of Tampa, was featured on page 76 in the October issue of Power Broker Magazine. What a great why to start, a full page dedicated to introducing me and the book!
Ersula Knox Odom, author, essayist, workshop leader, FHC Mary McLeod Bethune Road Scholar, motivational speaker and prize winning life lyricist, reads from her debut book “At Sula’s Feet”. She shares the fond and treasured recollections of a country girl whose life was shaped and enriched by the wit, wisdom and love of her grandmother. Journey
DR. MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE Travels From The Pages of History To Your Black History Program Celebrate Brown VS Board of Education’s 60th Anniversary With Dr. Bethune’s Story Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune (1875-1955) was the founder of Bethune-Cookman University. She served as a New Deal government official — she was one of the 20 highest-level offices