The Long History of the African American Civil Rights Movement in Florida
History of the Civil Rights Movement in Florida
Civil Rights Movement
Civil rights movements--Florida
The Long History of the African American Civil Rights Movement in Florida, an exhibit created by Dr. Robert Cassanello and his students at the University of Central Florida. The exhibit chronicles both national and local events in the civil rights movements dating from the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. Curators for the exhibit were Joseph Corbett and Anne Ladyem McDiviitt. Assistant curators included Patrick Anderson, Laura Cepero, Jennifer Cook, Tanya Engelhardt, Jacob Flynn, William Franklin, Barbara Houser, Rustin Lloyd, Joshua Petitt, Lindsey Turnbull, and Jon Wolfe. Andrew Callovi was the graphic designer.
McDivitt, Anne Ladyem
Original exhibit by Robert Cassanello's Spring 2011 Historiography Graduate Class: University of Central Florida Department of History, Orlando, Florida.
Harriette V. Moore Cultural Complex, Inc.
Is Part Of
The Long History of the African American Civil Rights Movement in Florida Collection, RICHES of Central Florida.
Brevard County, Florida
Daytona Beach, Florida
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Live Oak, Florida
Madison County, Florida
Miami Gardens, Florida
St. Augustine, Florida
Syracuse, New York
Greensboro, North Carolina
Originally created by Robert Cassanello's Spring 2011 Historiography Graduate Class.
Copyright to this resource is held by the University of Central Florida Department of History and is provided here by RICHES for educational purposes only.
Robert Cassanello's Spring 2011 Historiography Graduate Class
"The Long History of the African American Civil Rights Movement in Florida." The Long History of the African American Civil Rights Movement in Florida. http://floridacivilrightsexhibit.blogspot.com/.
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