ASALH Celebration and Dinner

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ASALH Celebration and Dinner

Promoting education about the rich history of the African American contribution to the United States.

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200 3rd Ave S 200 3rd Avenue South St. Petersburg, FL 33701

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  • 3 hours
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Join the St Petersburg Branch of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) and very special guest filmmaker Valerie Scoon for an evening of enlightenment. Valerie Scoon is an Emmy Award winning filmmaker who is currently a professor on staff at the University of Florida. She has worked with such powerhouses as HARPO Studios and Warner Brothers. Ms. Scoon will screen her prize work INVISIBLE HISTORY: MIDDLE FLORIDA'S HIDDEN ROOTS which explores the little-known history of plantations and enslavement in Florida. A Q&A session follows the film.

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