The Alachua County Black History Task Force is hosting its 2nd Annual Town Hall Meeting, on Sunday, Nov. 6, from 2-4:30pm at the Alachua County Library Headquarters.
Speakers include Dr. Leanetta McNealy speaking on “The School Board’s Position on Black History in All Public Schools,” and Dr. Brianna Kennedy-Lewis reporting on her research on “the racially disproportionate suspension and graduation rates of black students in our county.”
Other invited speakers include former A.C. Schools Superintendent, Dr. Owen Roberts. There will be musical and spoken word performances. Refreshments will be served.
The public – especially parents of children enrolled in Alachua County Schools – is invited to attend. For more information contact ACBHistoryTF@yahoo.com and (352) 792-6020.