Arts & Culture

AIDS Memorial Quilt to be displayed at Jacksonville University March 7-8

Jacksonville University students will not only be able to view a portion of the storied AIDS Memorial Quilt when it’s displayed on campus next week, they’ll be able to see and help it grow in size as well.

JU professors Dennis Stouse and Stephen Baker worked with the North Florida Quilt Chapter to have panels from the massive quilt available for public viewing at the campus’ Kinne University Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 7-8.

Blacks In Wax Museum Hosted by Andrew Robinson Elementary

Blacks In Wax Museum Hosted by Andrew Robinson Elementary

Blacks In Wax Museum Hosted
by Andrew Robinson Elem.
by William Jackson, M.Ed.
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Iconic figures of Black History visited Andrew Robinson Elementary
during  Black History Month.

Students from Andrew Robinson Elementary, Highlands Elementary,
SOS Academy and several churches were in awe as historical figures
gazed with prominence and stood stately and impressive during Black
History Month at Andrew Robinson Elementary School in Jacksonville,
Florida.

Daddy Daughter Dance of Jacksonville

Daddy Daughter Dance of Jacksonville

Daddy Daughter Dance of Jacksonville
“A daughter is the happy memories of the past, the joyful moments of the present,
and the hope and promise of the future”. Unknown

Urban Education Symposium

Urban Education Symposium

Urban Education Symposium 2012
http://www.fscj.edu/mydegree/news-events/urban-education-symposium/

Attended by Malcolm Bloodsaw of Holiday Hill Elementary,
S J Hannan of Andrew Robinson Elementary, William
Jackson educator with DCPS and Edward Waters College.
The Symposium’s focus is on Reclaiming Young Black Males
for Jacksonville’s Future. Malcolm and SJ, the many young
Black men in attendance and the thousands that reside in
Jacksonville the Symposium was directed at them.

Youth Rights Now

Youth Rights Now

YOUTH RIGHTS – RIGHT NOW

A Dialogue On The Fair Representation And Equitable Treatment of 16 – 24 year olds.
This historic dialogue was attended by several hundred youth of various nationalities
and cultures representing diversity in Jacksonville, Florida.

Leading Black Children To Graduation

Leading Black Children To Graduation

BHM-Leading Black Children To Graduation

Black History Month should lead to increased graduations for Black students. There are about four months left in the school year. Graduation ceremonies
will flourish across the country. Parents and family members will proudly watch high school diplomas presented to student’s that successfully achieved a great accomplishment by defying odds of dropping out and quitting, especially young Black males and females.

Urban Education Symposium

Urban Education Symposium

Urban Education Symposium 2012
http://www.fscj.edu/mydegree/news-events/urban-education-symposium/

Attended by Malcolm Bloodsaw of Holiday Hill Elementary,
S J Hannan of Andrew Robinson Elementary, William
Jackson educator with DCPS and Edward Waters College.
The Symposium’s focus is on Reclaiming Young Black
Males for Jacksonville’s Future. Malcolm and SJ, the many
young Black men in attendance and the thousands that reside
in Jacksonville the Symposium was directed at them.