Stetson Kennedy in Key West
In the 1930s, legendary Florida writer and activist Stetson Kennedy goes on a Key West retreat, observing and participating in the local culture
Stetson Kennedy and Woody Guthrie
Florida’s legendary folklorist and activist tells of a series of visits from another legendary character.
The Florida Folk Festival Story
The beginnings of the country’s longest-running state folk festival.
Zora Neale Hurston Anthropologist
Another side of Florida’s most famous black author is revealed by a Hurston scholar.
Storytellers of the Suwannee
keeping the old traditions alive, storytellers entertain children and adults with tales of the old days and old ways.
Documenting Florida’s Diversity On Line
The Library of Congress’ Folklife Center releases historic recordings made in the 1930s and ’40s by the Federal Writers’ Project.
Re enacting Zora
An actor/scholar recreates Florida’s most famous African American writer.