Bloody Streets and Crooked Lines: 100 Years of Black Voter Suppression in Florida

Presented by:
James Abraham
In-person Presentation Needs:
Screen, Projector, Computer
Presentation Length:
60 Minutes

Program Details

From the violent and fatal 1921 election riots in Ocoee through modern redistricting issues, this presentation explores voter suppression in Florida over one hundred years and the prime figures in the struggle for full and equal access to the polls.

About James

James Abraham is a former journalist who now edits and publishes books. His Book-Broker Publishers, which he founded in 2004, has produced and edited more than 500 books in a variety of genres. Abraham is a writing coach, critic, and lecturer. He has conducted the longest-running race relations class in Charlotte County. A graduate of Oberlin College, Abraham is the author of Century: A People’s History of Charlotte County.

Contact Information and Details:

  • Phone: 941-258-4920
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