Black History Month 2021 Keynote Address

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FSU Panama City and Gulf Coast State College present our annual Black History Month celebration event featuring Dr. Maxine Montgomery.

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Dr. Maxine Montgomery

Florida State University Professor of English

Chair, FSU President's Task Force on Anti-Racisim, Equity & Inclusion

Author of The Apocalypse in African American Fiction; The Fiction of Gloria Naylor: Houses and Spaces of Resistance; Race, Culture, and History: New Critical Essays on the Fiction of Toni Morrison; and The Post-Apocalyptic Black Female Imagination

Samantha Crawford

Florida State University Alum '20

Samantha began her violin study at the age of 5 in the private student of Mrs. Patrice Minor-Floyd (Tallahassee, FL). She is the recipient of the 2016 National "MPower" Artist Grand from the Sphinx Music Foundation and the top recipient of the 2017 Leon County Best & Brightest Award for Music.

Shamiracle Ross

Shamiracle is currently enrolled at Gulf Coast State College, pursuing her Associate's degree in Liberal Arts with a focus on theatre.

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