Eleanor Roosevelt visiting with Mary McLeod Bethune (photo credit: State Archives of Florida)
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Amid tensions over a stream of incidents — from controversial academics over slavery, NAACP travel advisories and the loss of a Black congressional district to the hate-crime killings by Black people in Jacksonville — a new task force is trying to create a statewide Florida Museum of Black History.
But it’s not certain yet if the project will accurately and faithfully advance the cause and ultimately build the museum or derail it over a political agenda.
“I am committed to make sure that
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