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- Tags: Bethune-Cookman College
Tags: A History of Central Florida; African American; Albright, Helen; Army; Beach Street; Bethune-Cookman College; Bethune, Mary McLeod; civil rights; Civil War; Clarke, Bob; coat; Daytona Beach; Daytona State College; desegregaiton; Dickens, Bethany; DSC; Ford, Chip; Gibson, Ella; Great Depression; Halifax Historical Museum; Hazen, Kendra; Hobby, Oveta Culp; Howard, Alice; integration; Iowa; Jewish; Jewish American; Kelley, Katie; Lemple, Leonard; liberty Ship; nurse; OCRHC; Orange County Regional History Center; pilot; podcast; race relations; Raymond, H. H.; recruitment; Redondo Beach, California; Revels, Tracy J.; RICHES; Robert Cassanello; Roosevelt, Anna Eleanor; Roosevelt, Eleanor; Roosevelt, Franklin Delanor; segregation; service industry; souvenir patch; St. Petersburg; St. Regis Restaurant; tourism; training; Tyndall Field; U.S. Armed Forces; U.S. Army; uniform; Van Nuys, Los Angeles, California; Velásquez, Daniel; WAAC; WAC; war effort; Wofford College; women; Women's Army Auxiliary Corps; Women's Army Corps; women's rights; Works Progress Administration; World War I; World War II; WPA; WWI; WWII
Tags: . J. Witherspoon; A. Allen; A. Barkley; A. Brooks; A. Browdy; A. Bryant; A. C. Clyton; A. Ely; A. Gainey; A. Garrett; A. Goddett; A. Green; A. Harris; A. J. Muller; A. James; A. Link; A. McKeaver; A. Muller; A. Perkins; A. Rouse; A. Whitney; A. Williams; A. Wright; Academy Avenue; Adeline Jones; African; African American; Alba Finalayeon; Albertha Robinson; Aleatha Hamilton; Allen; Altermese Smith Bentley; alumni; Angie Haws; Annie Corbin Stokes; Annie M. Lovette; Annie Martin; Annie Ruth Howard; Annie Stoke O'Neille; Annie Stokes O'Neille; Antioch Missionary Baptist Church; Arbesto M. Craddock; Arbesto M. Washington; Arbesto Muller; Arbesto Muller Johnson; Arbesto Muller Lloyd; Arcee James; Arlene Link Hickson; Arthur Mae Scott; B-CC; B. Banks; B. Browdy; B. Bush; B. Gainey; B. James; B. Jefferson; B. Jones; B. Knight; B. Lewis; B. McKenzie; B. Mims; B. Pittman; B. Tossie; B. Waller; B. White; B. Williams; B. Wright; banks; Baptist; bass; bell; Bernard Hamblen; Bernice Hatcher; Bernice Hatcher Muller; Bernie Walker; Bethune-Cookman College; Betty Crumity Robinson; Betty Joyce Browdy; Beverly Bowers; Black Family Today; Bless Us O Lord; Bobby Henderson; Bonnie Williams; Boston; Brenda Gainey Wilson; Brenda Walker Greene; Broadway Street; Browdy; bus driver; Butler P. Boston; C. Allen; C. Cobb; C. Finney; C. Freeman; C. Gainey; C. Grayson; C. Harris; C. Hatcher; C. Hill; C. Izzard; C. Jackson; C. King; C. Knight; C. L. West; C. Lamar; C. Mikell; C. Moore; C. Noble; C. White; C. Williams; Carrie Mims; Charles Middleton; Charline Whipper; Charlotte Foster; Charlotte Sermons; church; Clara Shellman Walters; Cloie Bacon; Cloie Rhodes Bacon-Brunson; community center; Cook; Cora Snead; Crane; custodian; D. Allen; D. Banks; D. Banks. V. Cone; D. Boston; D. Bowers; D. Carwise; D. Coffie; D. Denyse Hinton; D. H. Bacon; D. H. Jamison; D. Hinton; D. Korn; D. Link; D. Morris; D. Noble; D. Williams; Daisy Elliott; Daphne Bryant; Darius Grayson; David Bush; David Tossie; Debra Holcomb; desegregation; doctor; Dorothy Wilson; Doshia Knight Mitchell; Dossie; E. Allen; E. Bacon; E. Banks; E. Bish; E. Boston; E. Coffie; E. Dixon; E. Gainey; E. Graham; E. Link; E. M. Bush; E. McKenzie; E. Moore; E. Smith; E. Stallworth; E. Washington; E. Whipper; E. Williams; E. Witherspoon; Earline Tossie Carwise; education; educator; Edward Blacksheare; Edward L. Humphrey; Edward Whipper; Eleanor Mobley; elementary school; Ella Bowers; Elliott Smith; Elmira Jaye Fields; Elmira Jaye Fields Hall; Elnora Allen Gilchrist; Emma Byrd; Ethel Burney; Ethel Mason; Evans Bacon; Evelyn Anderson; Evelyn Schroeder; Evelyn Wiggins; F. Braswell; F. Browdy; F. Browdy, Jr.; F. Clark; F. Forte; F. M. Browdy; F. McKeaver; F. Pauldo; Fannie Reed; First Methodist Church; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; Forster; Fountainhead Missionary Baptist Church; Frances; Freddie Muller Mobley; freeman; G. Boston; G. Browdy; G. Brown; G. Bush; G. C. Banks; G. Godwin; G. H. Carlton; G. Mikell; G. Muller; G. Pittman; G. Redding; G. Rolle; G. Sapp; G. Smith. R. Ely; G. Stallworth; G. Washington; G. Williams; G. Wilson; Gabriella Colored School; Geneva; Geneva Colored School; Georgianna McClendon; Georgianna Thompson; Gertrude Davis; Gladys Finney; Gladys Holmes; Gladys Holmes Smith; Gladys Ingram; Gladys Smith; Gloria Godwin; Gracia Muller; Gracia Muller-Miller; graduate; graduation; Greg Tossie; H. Bass; H. Bush; H. Carwise; H. Davis; H. Denard; H. Denard. C. Carwise; H. Detreville; H. Dumas; H. Jones; H. Muller; H. Rhodes; H. Washington; Hamilton Elementary School; Harry Stewart; Hattie McGee; Hayley Miller; Herbert Cherry; Herbert Washington; Holly Malcolm; Horace Jackson; Hortense Givings; Hortense Givings Evans; Howard Bass; I. Barkley; I. Brinson; I. Browers; I. Cobb; I. Muller; Ida Muller; Ida Muller Anderson; Inez Barthwell; Inez Barthwell Rhodes; Ingrid Muller Witherspoon; integration; Isaac Bowers; J. Argo; J. Bass; J. Boston; J. Browdy; J. Brown; J. Bryant; J. Bumont; J. Cobb; J. E. Oxedine; J. Fields; J. H. Browdy; J. Hird; J. Hodges; J. Izzard; J. Jackson; J. Jones; J. King; J. Knight; J. Matthew; J. Moore; J. Robinson; J. Smith; J. Tilden Jacobs; J. W. Muller; J. W. Wright. H. Boston; J. Washington; J. Williams; J. Wynn; Jackie Morgan; Jackson; Jackson Heights Elementary School; Jackson Heights Elementary School Dance Society; Jackson Heights Middle School; James Golden; Jameson Studio; Janice Brockington-Renn; Janie Jackson; janitor; Jannie Jackson; Jeannette Glover Oliver; Jennie Jackson; Jennie McPherson; Jessie Bronson; JHES; Jimmie Lee Blair; John Richard Edward Jones; Johnnie Copper; Johnnie M. McGee; Joseph S. Smith; Juanita McClendon; Judith Smith; Judith Smith Publishing; Julia Merritt; K. Ashe; K. Washington; Karen Jacobs; Karen Ponder; Kathy Denard; Katie R. Burke; Kelley Muller-Smith; Kolokee Colored School; L. Alexander; L. Ashe; L. Bass; L. Blair; L. Bruce; L. Bryant; L. C. Redding; L. Cooper; L. Crane; L. Davis; L. Elliot; L. Fudge; L. G. Smith; L. Hendrix; L. Jones; L. Lewis; L. Sapp; L. Smith; L. Whipper; L. Wilkerson; L. Wilson; L. Wynn; Lamar; LaRhonda Jones; Larry Miller; librarian; Lillie Robinson Hall; Lillie Robinson Hall Williams; Linda Johnson; Linda Smith Johnson; Lois Smith; Lola Nettles; Louis Parnell; Louise Parnell; Louise Parnell Williams; Lucille Jackson; M. Allen; M. Bell; M. Brooks; M. Bryant; M. Carwise; M. Culons; M. F. Muller; M. Frances; M. Francis; M. Graham; M. Grimmage; M. Jackson; M. James; M. Jones; M. Lott; M. Lowman; M. Martin; M. Milton; M. Oxedine; M. Rhodes; M. Smith; M. Stallworth; M. Stewart; M. Whiney; M. Williams; Mae Edwards; Mae F. Edwards Muller; Mae Francis Edwards Muller; Mae Lindsey; Margaret Dixon; Margaret Lee; Margie Garner; Marie Stocer; Marimon; Mark Wilson; Marvin Collins; Marvin Stervin; Mary Clark; Mary Curtis; Mary E. Francis; Mary Elburt; Mary Helen Carwise; Mary Helen Carwise Smith; Marylen Mobley; middle school; Miller; Mims; Mintrel Martin; Mitchell Studio; N. Brown; N. Link; N. Stallworth; Nan Parker; O. Banks; O. Boston; O. C. Banks; O. Davis; O. King; O. Wilson; OHS; Ophelia Jones Moore; Ora D. Lee; orange county; Ossie Banks; Oviedo; Oviedo Colored School; Oviedo Elementary School; Oviedo Historical Society; Oviedo Negro Schools; P. Bellamy; P. Denard; P. Green; P. Greene; P. Hatcher; P. Hollermann; P. Jefferson; P. Moore; P. Morgan; P. Redding; P. Williams; Pam Mazzotta; Pardon Farm; Parent-Teacher Association; Park's Grocery; Paul Laws; Pearl Sermons; Praise Dancers; principal; PTA; Q. Muller; Quinncia Muller; R. Ashe; R. Banks; R. Barkley, Jr.; R. Boston; R. Bush; R. Figures; R. Fudge; R. Gainey; R. Godwin; R. Hartsfield; R. Jones; R. McKeaver; R. Mims; R. Moore; R. Morgan; R. Muller; R. Robinson; R. Rouse; R. Stallworth; R. Stewart; Ray Hall Wright; Raymond Studio; Rebecca Inge; Red School House; Reed; reunion; Rhodes; Robert Boston; Robert Calhoun; Robin Muller; Robinson; Ronald Godwin; Rouse; S. Argo; S. Bass; S. E. Monroe; S. Glover; S. Grimmage; S. Harper; S. Hodges; S. Jackson; S. Jones; S. Knight; S. Link; S. Norris; S. Smith; S. T. Muller; S. W. Baker; S. Williams; Sam Jones; Samuel Stallworth; Sandra Kahn; Sanford; school; SCPS; segregation; Seminole County; Seminole County Public Schools; Silver Springs; slave; slavery; Snowhill; South Division Street; St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church; St. James AME Church; student; Susie Blacksheare; Susie Bronson; Susie Harrington; T. Bush; T. Denise Perkins; T. Hill; T. J. Williams; T. Jackson; T. Jefferson; T. Levine; T. M. Vinson; T. Quinn; T. W. Lawton; T. Williams; Tara Denise Stewart Perkins; teacher; The New Gospelettes; The World Outside Reunion; Thelma Zachery; Thomas Reid; U. Campbell; U. McFadden; U. P. Bronson; U. S. Bacon; UN; United Nations; V. Braswell; V. Campbell; V. Cone; V. Francis; V. Gainey; V. Harris; V. Jenkins; V. Robinson; Vivian Hurston Bowden; W. Banks; W. Barkley; W. Bass; W. Boston; W. Braswell; W. Brown; W. Conley; W. Goddett; W. H. Bacon; W. H. Long; W. Harper; W. Hartsfield; W. Hollerman; W. Jackson; W. Jones; W. M. Lewis; W. Mays; W. McGray; W. Moore; W. Robinson; W. Smith; W. Vinson; W. White; Wagner Colored School; Wanda Wilkerson; Whitney Tossie; Wilbert H. Smith; William Hamilton; Willie L. Craddock; Willie Merkerson; Wylene Jones; Z. Davis; Z. Jefferson; Z. T. Davis; Zonnye M. Tucker; Zonnye T. Davis; Zonnye T. Dixon
Tags: African American; African Americans; BCC; BCU; Bethune-Cookman College; Bethune-Cookman University; colleges; curators; Daytona Beach; Edward R. Rodriguez; Mary Jane McLeod Bethune; Mary McLeod Bethune; Miami; museums; Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.; Rod Rodriguez; students; universities; university
Tags: 101st Airborne Division; 14th Amendment; 15th Amendment; 99th Fighter Squadron; A Red Record; African Americans; Afro-Cubans; American Civil War; Anderson, Patrick; Asa Philip Randolph; Atlanta Exposition; Bahamians; Barton, Juanita; beach; beaches; Bethel Baptist Institutional Church; Bethune-Cookman College; Bethune, Mary McLeod; Black Cabinet; Booker Taliaferro Washington; Brevard County; Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters; Brown v. Board of Education of Topek; bus boycotts; Callovi, Andrew; Central Florida; Cepero, Laura; Chambers v. Florida; Chaney, James; Charles Kenzie Steele; Chicago, Illinois; civil disobedience; civil rights; Civil Rights Act of 1875; Civil Rights Act of 1964; Civil Rights March; Civil Rights Movement; Clara White Mission; Cocoa; Cocoa Elementary School; Confederates; Constitution; Constitutional League of Florida; Cook, Jennifer; Cookman Institute; Corbett, Joseph Francis II; Dale Mabry Field; Davis, Ed; Davis, John A.; Daytona Beach; Democratic Party; desegregation; discrimination; disfranchisement; Double V Campaign; Dwight David Eisenhower; Eartha M. M. White; Eartha Mary Magdalene White; Eatonville; educators; Eisenhower, Dwight D.; Englehardt, Tanya; equal pay; exhibits; FDR; Federal Council of Negro Affairs; Fifteenth Amendment; Florida Civil Rights Act; Florida Memorial college; Florida Photographic Collection; Florida Streetcar Segregation Law; Florida Supreme court; Florida Teachers Association; Flynn, Jacob; Fort Lauderdale; Fourteenth Amendment; Franklin D. Roosevelt; Franklin Delano Roosevelt; Franklin, William; Freedom Riders; Freedom Rides; Freedom Summer; Garvey, Marcus; Gary, Bill; Gibson v. Board of Public Instruction of Dade County; Goff, Cynthia; Goodman, Andrew; Grant, Ulysses S.; Great Depression; Greensboro Sit-in; Greensboro, North Carolina; Groveland; Groveland Four; Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Cultural Complex, Inc.; Hawkins, Virgil D.; Holland; Houser, Barbara; Houston, Texas; Howard, Willie James; Hurston, Zora Neale; Ida Bell Wells-Barnett; Ike Eisenhower; Jacksonville; Jakes, Wilhelmina; Jim Crow South; King, Martin Luther, Jr.; KKK; Knoxville, Tennessee; Ku Klux Klan; Library of Congress; Lincoln, Abraham; Literary and Industrial Training School for Negro Girls; Little Rock 9; Little Rock Central High School; Little Rock Nine; Little Rock, Arkansas; Live Oak; Lloyd, Rustin; lynchings; Madison County; Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Jr.; Marshall, Thurgood; Mary Jane McLeod Bethune; McCall, Willis V.; McDivitt, Anne Ladyem; Miami; Michael Henry Schwerner; Mississippi Plan; Montgomery Bus Boycott; Montgomery, Alabama; Moore, Harriette V.; Moore, Harriette Vyda Simms; Moore, Harry T.; Moore, Harry Tyson; NAACP; National Afro-American League; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; National Equal Rights League; NERL; New Deal; New York; Niagara Movement; Ocoee Massacre; Ocoee Riot; Omaha, Nebraska; Orchard Villa Elementary School; Palatka; Parks, Rosa; Patterson, Carrie; Payne, Jesse; Petitt, Joshua; Plessy v. Ferguson; Progressive Voter's League; protests; Pulaski, Tennessee; race relations; race riots; racial equality; racism; Randolph, A. Philip; Reconstruction; Red Summer of 1919; Republican Party; Robert Cassanello; Rosa Louise McCauley Parks; Rosewood Massacre; Saunders, Robert; Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture; Schwerner, Michael; Scottsboro Boys; Scottsboro, Alabama; SCOTUS; segregation; Selma, Alabama; separate but equal; Shepard; sit-ins; slavery; Sociedad la Union Marti-Maceo; soldiers; South Carolina; Southern Horrors: Lynch Law in All Its Phases; St. Augustine; State Library and Archives of Florida; Steele, C. K.; Supreme Court; Supreme Court of the United States; Syracuse, New York; Tallahassee; Tallahassee Bus Boycott; Tampa; teachers; The Long History of the African American Civil Rights Movement in Florida; Timothy Thomas Fortune; To Secure These Rights: The Report of the President's Committee on Civil rights; Truman, Harry S.; Turnbull, Lindsey; Tuskegee University; Tuskegee, Alabama; U.S. Armed Forces; U.S. Army; U.S. Supreme Court; UF; UNIA; Union; Universal Negro Improvement Association; University of Florida; veterans; voting; voting rights; Voting Rights Act of 1965; W. E. B. Du Bois; wade-ins; Waldron, J. Milton; Washington, Booker T.; Wells, Ida B.; Wetmore, J. Douglas; white supremacy; White, Clara; William Edward Burghardt Du Bois; Williams, Alice; Willis Virgil McCall; Wolfe, Jon; Woolworth; Woolworth's; World War II; WWII
Tags: 19th Amendment; African American; Bartow; Bethune-Cookman College; Bethune, Mary Jane McLeod; Birmingham, Alabama; boycott; Chicago, Illinois; civil rights; Civil Rights Movement; Cole, Johnnetta Betsch; Cravero, Geoffrey; debt peonage; Detroit, Michigan; disenfranchisement; documentary; Election of 1920; emancipation; Emancipation Betrayed: The Hidden History of Black Organizing and White Violence in Florida from Reconstruction to the Bloody Election of 1920; Florida Voter Registration Movement; fraternal organization; Gainesville; Grand Court Order of Calanthe; Great Depression; Great Migration; Great War; Hurston, Zora Neale; Jacksonvile; Jacksonville; Jim Crow; Johnson, James Weldon; Knights of Pythias; Lakeland; Louie, M. M.; lynching; Masons; meeting; Memphis, Tennessee; migration; Montgomery Bus Boycott; Moore, Harriette Vyda Simms; Moore, Harry Tyson; museum; NAACP; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; New York City, New York; Nineteenth Amendment; Ocoee; Ocoee Massacre; Ocoee Race Riot; oral history; orange county; Order of the Eastern Star; organizing; orlando; Ortiz, Paul; Pensacola; Pensacola Streetcar Boycott; podcast; poll tax; Randolph, A. Philip; Reconstruction; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Robert Cassanello; Samuel Proctor Oral History Program; secret society; Simms, Harriette Vyda; St. Augustine; St. Petersburg; suffrage; Tampa; Thurmond, Howard; UF; University of Florida; voter registration; voter registration movement; voting; voting rights; West Orange County; white supremacy; women's suffrage; World War I; World War II; WWI; WWII
Tags: African American; athlete; athletic program; Bethune-Cookman College; Bethune-Cookman University; Bethune, Mary Jane McLeod; coach; college; college athlete; college recruitment; college sports; Cookman Institute of Jacksonville; Daytona Beach; Daytona Educational and Industrial Training School; desegregation; documentary; Florida A&M College; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College; football; HBCU; historically black colleges and universities; Hunter, Sheila Flemming; integration; Johnson, Ted; Long, Nancy; McClaren, Simon; men; Moore, Richard B.; physical education; Pittsburgh Steelers; podcast; race relations; recruitment; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; school; segregation; sports; Steelers; university; women; women's suffrage; World War II; WWII
Tags: African American; Bethune-Cookman College; Bethune-Cookman College, 1904-1994: The Answered Prayer to a Dream; Bethune-Cookman University; Bethune, Albertus; Bethune, Mary Jane McLeod; Christian; Christianity; church; civil rights; civil rights activist; co-educational; college; Colored Women's Association; Cookman Institute of Jacksonville; Daytona Beach; Daytona Educational and Industrial Training School; Daytona Normal and Industrial School for Negro Girls; documentary; education; educator; Florida A&M College; Florida A&M University; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; fundraising; Gamble, James; Gray, Willam H. III; HBCU; high school; historically black colleges and universities; Hunter, Sheila Flemming; Jim Crow South; junior college; KKK; Ku Klux Klan; Laney, Lucy Craft; literacy; Mayseville, South Carolina; Methodism; Methodist; Methodist church; mission school; National Council of Negro Women; podcast; Presbyterian; Presbyterian church; Presbyterianism; private school; Procter & Gamble Company; public school; religion; religious education; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; school; separation of church and state; teacher; Tuskegee Institute; Tuskegee University; university; voter registration; voter registration movement; voting; Washington, Booker Taliaferro; White Sewing Machine Company; white supremacy; White, Thomas H.
Tags: African American; African American school; Anderson, Patrick; Bethune-Cookman College; Bethune-Cookman University; Bethune, Mary Jane McLeod; civil rights; civil rights activist; college; Cookman Institute; Daytona Beach; Daytona Educational and Industrial Training School; documentary; Dodson, Roger; educator; Florida A&M University; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; Gamble, James; Grant; HBCU; historic house; historic preservation; historic renovation; historically black colleges and universities; house; Hurston, Zora Neale; Jacksonville; Lindsay, Anne; Long, Nancy; Mary McLeod Bethune Foundation; middle class; museum; podcast; preservation; Procter & Gamble Company; Reddrick; renovation; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; school; State of Florida; Symonette, Margaret; teacher; The Life and Legacy of Mary McLeod Bethune; UCF; university; University of Central Florida; Volusia County; White Sewing Machine Company; White, Thomas H.
Tags: Adicks, Richard; Bethune-Cookman College; Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka; Cape Canaveral; Cocoa; Cross, Phil; documentary; Downtown Orlando; FEC; Florida A&M University; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; Florida East Coast Railway; Hoover, J. Edgar; Institute for Simulation and Training; JHS; Johnson, Lyndon Baines; Jones High School; Kerouac, Jack; Lake Eola; Moore, Harry T.; New York World's Fair; Oakland; OBT; Orange Blossom Trail; orlando; Parliament House Resort; Pittsburgh Steelers; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; podcast; Reeves, Orlando; RICHES; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Robert Cassanello; Seminole War; Tavares and Gulf Railroad; UCF; University of Central Florida; Walters, Lori; Wheeler, Ben; World War