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Date: September 18, 2021, 03:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Moderators:

Tawnicia Ferguson Rowan

Assistant Professor English at Florida Memorial University

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Dr. Darnise C. Martin
Clinical Assistant Professor of African American Studies at Loyola Marymount University

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PRIDE OF HERITAGE
EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE
CULTURAL ARTS

During its first year, Preserve the Eatonville Community was primarily an advocacy organization, focusing on preservation strategies including an historic survey of the Town and supporting the opposition of a “community-busting” road-widening project.

Early on, P.E.C.’s founders recognized that historic preservation had to be coupled with vibrant programs in the arts and humanities, and that they must focus on educational excellence if they were to be successful in their mission of conserving the precious heritage and cultural resources extant in Historic Eatonville.

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THE $1.5M SUSTAINABILITY FUND TO PROVIDE A 5-YEAR CUSHION (APRIL 2021-DECEMBER 2025) OF GENERAL OPERATING SUPPORT FUNDING FOR THE ASSOCIATION TO PRESERVE THE EATONVILLE COMMUNITY, INC.

PRIDE OF HERITAGE

Visit Zora Neale Hurston’s hometown, Eatonville, FL — the community she

popularized as “The oldest incorporated African-American municipality in the

United States” and a literary destination loved by readers around the world. 

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COMMUNITY COMPUTER ARTS LAB & LEARNING CENTER

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ZORA NEALE HURSTON®
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