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From civil rights and education to sports and the arts, African-Americans have influenced every sphere of life in Florida. During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Smokey Hollow was a thriving African-American community just east of Tallahassee. But after expansion of Apalachee Parkway, by only two black-owned houses remained. One of them belonged to Riley, a local educator and civic leader.

Pictures of African Americans During World War II

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These drivers of the th Quartermaster Truck Company, 82nd Airborne Division, who chalked up 20, miles each without an accident, since arriving in the European Theater of Operations. View in National Archives Catalog. During the 50th anniversary of World War II, as we honor those Americans who undauntedly and courageously contributed to the defense of our nation, often overlooked in our remembrances are the valiant efforts of African Americans. Throughout the war years they repeatedly had to battle adversaries on two fronts: the enemy overseas and racism at home. Black Americans recognized the paradox of fighting a world war for the "four freedoms" while being subjected to prejudicial practices in the United States.

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So many people are doing amazing work on environmental issues — from urban and rural agriculturists to environmental justice advocates to naturalists to scientists. Will Allen is the son of a sharecropper, former professional basketball player, ex-corporate sales leader and now farmer. Allen promotes the belief that all people, regardless of their economic circumstances, should have access to fresh, safe, affordable and nutritious foods. Using methods he has developed over a lifetime, Allen specializes in bringing healthy food to under-served communities using a unique growing system he developed himself. He trains community members to become community farmers, assuring them a secure source of good food without regard to political or economic forces.
Then I decided to spend the fall semester of my junior year abroad in Florence, Italy. My roommates during my sophomore year had both studied in Italy and raved about their time. They gushed about the panini from a little shop around the corner from the picturesque villas that housed their study program, and regaled me with stories of fun parties and their Italian romances. I was ready for that to be my life: fun, food and a European love story.