Poet David Kirby
Interview with a Tallahassee poet who writes in a free-flowing narrative style.
C.K. Steele and the Tallahassee Bus Boycott
Five months after the much-publicized Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955, Florida had its own movement in Tallahassee, one that resulted in profound changes for the residents of out capital city.
The Black Archives Museum
A popular tourist site in downtown Tallahassee houses artifacts telling the story of the African American experience in Florida.
A Cuban exile poet has no problem mixing poetry and politics while enjoying his home in Florida.
Florida A Dream State
A Florida educator and author takes a humorous, sometimes poignant look at the state’s history.
The Red Hills Writers Project
A group of writers trying to protect the waters and landscape of their part of Florida.
Building the Black Church in Florida
African American churches around Florida provide an insight into a rich and varied architectural history
Difficult Subjects Go Public
Curators from Florida museums discuss how to present difficult or unpopular subjects.
The Legislative Project Part 4
An innovative exploration into the nature and direction of state government.