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HS Feature: Florida’s First Civil Rights Activists, Advocates, and Educators: Celebrating the Legacy of Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore

Seventy years ago, on Christmas Day, Harry T. & Harriette Moore celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary before their home was bombed. “He surprised her with a cake, and they danced together on that evening,” says Sonya Mallard, Cultural Coordinator of … Continue reading HS Feature: Florida’s First Civil Rights Activists, Advocates, and Educators: Celebrating the Legacy of Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore

Opinion: Why African American museums are important in the midst of racial unrest

By: Jada Wright-Greene I have been thinking and processing the issues that we are facing in our world. These issues are threaded and woven into the fabric of this world, things like hatred, bigotry, racism, and even COVID-19.  I began … Continue reading Opinion: Why African American museums are important in the midst of racial unrest

Heritage Salon Spotlight: Haili Francis

Haili Francis Haili’s professional background as an artist, cultural producer and scholar is synthesized through a confluence of curatorial practice, scholarship and fundraising strategy. Haili’s creativity offers a perspective on philanthropy that is human centered, fresh and innovative. Her core … Continue reading Heritage Salon Spotlight: Haili Francis