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The Destruction of Rosewood


Rosewood, Florida Massacre in 1923.

A critical analysis of Rosewood, a predominantly black community destroyed in 1923 during a racially motivated attack, and other majority-black cities in Florida within the context of group economics and how that tradition among African Americans was destroyed.

Dr. Vincent Adejumo is currently a fulltime lecturer in the African American Studies program at UF teaching Intro to African American Studies, The Wire, Mentoring At-Risk Youth, Black Wall Street, and Black Masculinity.

This event is funded by Florida Humanities’ Florida Talks program in partnership with the Sulphur Springs Museum and Heritage Center.

Events Details:

Date/time: February 23, 2020 @ 2:00 pm


Presented By:

Vincent Adejumo, Scholar

Event Fee:

Free

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Event Contact:

Event Contact:

Elizabeth Bird
Phone:
813-545-1913
Email:
ebird@usf.edu

Event Venue:

Sulphur Springs Museum and Heritage Center
Mann-Wagnon Memorial Park, 1101 E. River Cove St.
Tampa, FL 33604 United States
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