Dr. Tameka Hobbs is the Executive Director of the A. Philip Randolph Institute for Race, Law, Social Justice, and Economic Policy at Edward Waters University. She is a highly successful and impactful published researcher, author, lecturer, educator, and advocate for equity and positive race relations. Dr. Hobbs will present the history of voting rights in Florida and facilitate a community discussion on Friday, October 21 from 6 – 8 p.m.
Community Cultural Education programming at MOSH is part of our ongoing commitment to promoting inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility throughout our Northeast Florida communities. MOSH has partnered with many excellent local organizations and individual experts and leaders to design a series of programs intended to bring people from all over Jacksonville together to talk about the challenges and opportunities we have to work together for the good of the whole community.
This event will be livestreamed through MOSH’s Facebook page.
Light refreshments will be provided.
This event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP below.
MOSH is grateful for the generosity and support from the Florida Humanities Council, who is sponsoring the entire series of Community Cultural Education programs for 2022-2023.