Arthur Henry Memorial Dedication Ceremony



ATJ members have used various media platforms to inform people in Central Florida about our violent racial history. They include newspapers, radio, television, exhibitions, film, panel presentations, discussion groups, storytelling, and poetry.

Orlando Sentinel Letter to the Editor
Orlando fails to protect the disenfranchised You have failed us, Orlando. Talking about your intolerance...
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‘Teach the unvarnished truth:’ Thompson, Frost condemn Florida’s Black history standards
Several of Central Florida’s Black leaders and descendants of victims of the Ocoee and Rosewood massacres...
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Residents Fight To Preserve Florida Community Founded By Emancipated Black Citizens
When Suncara Jackson travels from Tallahassee back to the place she will always call home – the historically...
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State should be ashamed of slavery education plans
In the Orlando Sentinel, July 29, 2023 GUEST COLUMNIST, Harry Coverston State should be ashamed of...
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The Yard
ATJ hosted a community screening and panel discussion of the documentary film, The Yard in March 2019. The...
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Rosewood, Florida, marks 100 years since race massacre. Here’s what happened
CNN —  In the years after World War I, Black people were thriving in the central Florida...
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