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Join Florida Humanities' Executive Director Nashid Madyun for a discussion on Zora Neale Hurston's book Their Eyes Were Watching God. This Harlem Renaissance classic follows Janie Crawford, a young African American woman, as she tells the story of the past 20 years of her life to her best friend Pheoby. Zora Neile Hurston was born in Eatonville, FL in 1891. She was a spokeswoman for African American women and a
Delray Beach Public Library presents Haitian Creole is a Living Language as part of its "Stories of Exile" reading groups and programs for public libraries. Haitian Creole is dynamic and continuously evolving. It embraces new terminology, styles, and expressions that reflect the changing needs and experiences of its speakers. Through the creative contributions of artists, writers, and young people, the language grows richer and more culturally significant. With an estimated