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The traveling exhibit, "Rosewood..... The Beginning that Never Ends,"

Rosewood survivors are those persons who were living in Rosewood (1923) at the time of the Rosewood Massacre. Four of the seven Rosewood survivors testified at the 1994 Rosewood Hearings in Tallahassee. All survivors received compensation from the State off Florida.

Rosewood Exhibit Schedule and Location Listing

Riley House Museum, Tallahassee, Florida .. June-October 2009

Alachua County Public Library Downtown, Gainesville, Florida .. March 2009

Gainesville Cultural Arts, Thomas Center, Gainesville, Florida .. January-February 2009

Rosewood massacre exhibit returns to GainesvilleOcala Newspaper

Tots'N Teens, James Weldon Johnson Festival, Jacksonville, FL - June 2007

Berea College, Berea, Kentucky - May 2007

Spady Museum, Delray Beach, Florida - January - March 2007

In The News RosewoodSun-Sentinel Newspaper

The Winter Institute, Old Mississippi University, October 2006

Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia - Fall 2005

Dedication of the Florida Historic Marker, Rosewood, Florida - May 2004

NAACP National Convention, Miami, Florida .. July 2003

African American Museum, Ruby Woodson, Director, Sarasota, Florida, March 2003

Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, Florida - January 2003

Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia .. October 2002

Crystal River High School, Crystal River, Florida - March 2002

Norfolk State University, 700 Park Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia - February 2002

New College, Jane Bancroft Cook Library, Sarasota, Florida .. February 2002

Florida A & M University and the Capitol of Florida, Tallahassee - February 2000

Riley House Museum, Tallahassee, Florida -January 2000

Eckerd College Library, St Petersburg, Florida -November/December 1999

Florida Memorial College, Miami, Florida - June/July 1999

Alachua County Historic Trust: Matheson Museum, Gainesville, Florida September/October 1999

Santa Fe Community College, Downtown, African American Festival, May 1999


Florida Trust For Historic Preservation

Willie Evans -2007

UF SPOHP

www.diaspora.uiuc.edu

www.virtualrosewood.com

Painful Pasts: An Action Research Approach for Creating Dialogue ...The website will include lesson plans (grade school and college level) and a complete ... The second stage consists of a traveling exhibit centered on portable ... The five initial sites for the project are Rosewood, Florida; ... Collaborative History Lab: Children of the Lodz Ghetto - A Memorial Research Project ...


www.atrr.org

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Heritage Preservation Conference-February 2001

Riley House Museum-January 2000

Florida A & M University-February 2000

Eckerd College-November/December 1999

Florida Memorial College-June/July 1999

Alachua County Historic Trust: Matheson Museum September/October 1999

Rosewood Heritage Foundation Traveling Exhibit

Rosewood Heritage Foundation Traveling Exhibit

The traveling exhibit, "Rosewood..... The Beginning that Never Ends," will open with a reception in various Florida cities featuring Rosewood survivors and descendents Rosewood survivors are those persons who were living in Rosewood (1923) at the time of the Rosewood Massacre.Four of the seven Rosewood survivors testified at the 1994 Rosewood Hearings in Tallahassee. All survivors received compensation from the State of Florida.

The "Alumni Singers," a St. Petersburg based musical group, is composed of graduates from colleges and universities. This group will perform at selected Rosewood Exhibit openings, and as a part of a special bus tourto the Rosewood site in Levy County.

A variety of Rosewood forums will take place in February, "African American History Month."

Sponsors include:

Dr. Annette Goins Shakir, Project Director
Mrs. Sherry Sherrod DuPree, Co-Project Director

3rd Bi-Annual Heritage Preservation Conference

Jacksonville, Florida, (Airport Hilton)
February 7th - 10th, 2001
Opens February 7th 2000,


Please Note:*Handicapped Accessible, All Activities Are Free and Open To The Public

Features:

Mrs. Janie Bradley Black,Historian, Rosewood Heritage Foundation, Miami, Florida

Dr. Annette Goins Shakir,Director, Rosewood Heritage Foundation, St. Petersburg, Florida

Mrs. Sherry Sherrod DuPree,Santa Fe Community College, Gainesville, Florida

Rosewood Survivors and Descendants

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Riley House Museum

419 East Jefferson Street,Tallahassee, Florida 32311(850) 681-7881January 8th - February 28th, 2000Opens Saturday, January 9th, 2000 at 1:00 p.m.

Find the Museum and More Informationabout the Rosewood Exhibit at the Riley House MuseumFlorida A & M UniversityFlorida Black Archives, Research Center and MuseumTallahassee, Florida, (850) 599-3020

Find the University and More Informationabout the Rosewood Exhibit at the Florida A & M University

Please Note:*Handicapped Accessible, All Activities Are Free and Open To The Public

Features:

Dr. Na'im Akbar,Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida

Dr. Annette Goins Shakir,Director, Rosewood Heritage Foundation, St. Petersburg, Florida

Rosewood Survivors and Descendants

Florida Memorial College Library

150800 - NW 42 Ave., Opa Locka, Florida, (Miami Area)July 4th - August 15th, 1999Opens Sunday, July 4th 1999, at 2:30 p.m.

Visit the College and Find More Informationabout the Rosewood Exhibit at Florida Memorial College

Please Note:*Handicapped Accessible, All Activities Are Free and Open To The Public

Features:

Mrs. Janie Bradley Black,
Historian, Rosewood Heritage Foundation, Miami, Florida

Dr. Annette Goins Shakir,
Director, Rosewood Heritage Foundation, St. Petersburg, Florida

Mrs. Sherry Sherrod DuPree,
Santa Fe Community College, Gainesville, Florida

Rosewood Survivors and Descendants

Matheson Historical Center

513 East University Ave., Gainesville Florida, 32601(352) 378-2280 September 12th - October 30th, 1999Opens Sunday, September 12th, 1999 at 2:30 pm.

Visit the Center and Find More Informationabout the Rosewood Exhibit at Matheson Historical Center

Please Note:*Handicapped Accessible, All Activities Are Free and Open To The Public

Features:

Dr. David Colburn,
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

Dr. Carolyn Tucker,
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

Rosewood Survivors and Descendants

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