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African American History Month

Pathways to a People: Gullah Geechee Culture

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As part of African American History Month the Jacksonville Public Library hosted Pathways to a People: Gullah Geechee Culture.  The event was in partnership with the the U.S. National Park Service and the Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor Commission.

A "Sweet" Program You Won't Want to Miss this February!

Scooped, Alfred Cralle, Ice Cream Scoop Inventor, Ice Cream, African American History Month, STEM Lab

Alfred Cralle, an African American businessman in the late 1800s, invented the first ice cream scoop. In STEM Lab: Scooped! kids will make ice cream by hand and try to design their own ice cream scooper.

African American History Month Books for All Ages

 

Celebrate the achievements and contributions made by African Americans, and to honor their struggles for freedom and equality with these books recommendations.

Honor African American History Month with Programs & More

African American History Month, Jacksonville Public Library

Discover the many ways to celebrate the achievements and contributions made by African Americans, and to honor their struggles for freedom and equality. 

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