Browse Items (4 total)
- Tags: voter registration movement
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: 1920 Election; African American; armed resistance; civil rights; convict labor; convict leasing; court; Cravero, Geoffrey; democracy; disenfranchisement; documentary; election; 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; Great Depression; Harding, Warren Gamaliel; historian; historiography; Jim Crow; labor; labor rights; labor strike; laborer; liberty bond; Lincoln, Abraham; lynching; migrant labor; migrant worker; New York Stock Exchange; oral history; organizing; Ortiz, Paul; phosphate; phosphate industry; podcast; race relation; racial violence; racism; Reconstruction; Republican; Republican Party; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Robert Cassanello; Rockefeller, John Davison, Sr.; Samuel Proctor Oral History Program; segregation; sheriff; slave; slavery; State of Florida; strike; Thrift stamp; turpentine; turpentine industry; UF; University of Florida; violence; voter registration; voter registration movement; voting; voting rights; wages; Wells-Barnett, Ida Bell; Wells, Ida Bell; worker rights; World War I; WWI
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 Heritage Trail; Association to Preserve African American Society, History and Tradition, Inc.; Bethune, Mary Jane McLeod; Beyond the Theme Parks: Exploring Central Florida; Brevard County; Brotemarkle, Benjamin D.; Caldwell, Erkskine Preston; Calloway, Cab; Calloway, Cabell "Cab"; Campanella, Roy; casino; Charles, Ray; Chitlin' Circuit; civil rights; Coleman, Bessie; Coleman, Elizabeth "Bessie"; community center; Cravero, Geoffrey; Crossing Division Street: An Oral History of the African-American Community in Orlando; cultural heritage tourism; dance; Daytona Beach; doctor; documentary; Earhart, Amelia Mary; Eatonville; entertainer; FHS; Florida Frontiers; Florida Historical Society; Groveland; Groveland 4; Groveland Boys Trial; Groveland Four; historic preservation; historic restoration; historic site; HOTEL; Hurston, Zora Neale; King, B.B.; King, Riley B.; Larson, Peter L.; Marshall, Thurgood; Moore, Harry Tyson; museum; musician; National Register of Historic Places; orlando; Parramore; PAST; Perkins, Paul C.; physician; podcast; preservation; restoration; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Robinson, Jack "Jackie" Roosevelt; Robinson, Jackie; Robison, Ray Charles; segregation; South Street; South Street Casino; The Wells' Built Hotel: A New Guest Checks In; Thompson, Gerladine F.; tourism; tourist attraction; Trust for Public Land; voter registration; voter registration movement; voting; voting rights; Wells, William Monroe; Wells' Built Museum of African American History and Culture; WMFE