100th Anniversary of the Dedication of the Lincoln Memorial Recalls Description of African Americans by Robert Russa Moton: A People of ‘industry, integrity, and thrift’

    On May 30, 1922, thousands gathered on the National Mall to dedicate the Lincoln Memorial. President Warren Harding, Chief Justice William Howard Taft and Dr. Robert Russa Moton offered remarks and remembrances honoring the life and legacy of the slain emancipator. A native of Amelia County, Virginia, Dr. Moton was born shortly after the Civil War ended. He knew better than any of the other speakers the importance of America fulfilling its great promise. The most prominent African American leader of the day, Dr. Moton was the president of Tuskegee Institute. […]

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Above the Influence March and Rally

Please join Broward County School Board members, Superintendent Robert Runcie, the United Way of Broward County and a host of community partners for Above the Influence Broward – March for a Healthy Future! on Saturday May […]