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UNESCO Florida, Dr.Dunn "The Beast In Florida"

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Dr. Dunn, author  "The Beast In Florida"

Presentations: Descendants of Rosewood Survivors and Victims.

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The Rosewood Massacre- Self sustaining and Thriving African American town, Raided by Racist Murderers 

Harry T. Moore and Harriet T. Moore, NAACP's First Civil Rights activist Couple Murdered.

In 1951 after celebrating Christmas Day, civil rights activist Harry T. Moore and his wife Harriette retired to bed in their white frame house tucked inside a small orange grove in Mims, Florida. Ten minutes later, a bomb shattered their house, their lives and any notions that the south's post-war transition to racial equality would be a smooth one. Harry Moore died on the way to the hospital; his wife died nine days later.

 

As we celebrate and Congratulate America on their re-election of President Obama- we must never forget the historic significance of the struggle and to honor our legacy by making  a pledge to our God and Country to uphold it's tenets,  "I Am My brothers' keeper",

From Attucks to Obama, the record shows our contributions to this nation's humanitarian social transformation is rooted in our abiltity  to humbly turn from our wicked ways in prayer, first and to then, courageously and successfully petition the government for relief. 

We owe it to the brave freedom fighters to remain vigilant, in every election, from the PTA school board to the Presidency. Thereby doing our part to ensure the wrong side of history will never be forgotten or repeated, i.e, Gang & Gun Violence, Trayvon Matin, Jim Crow, Lynchings and Slavery.

 

 

 

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