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black history monthArea residents will have the opportunity to hear from local experts on black history in Tallahassee at our first speaker series event on Feb. 23 at 6 p.m. in the TSMS gym as we celebrate Black History Month.

The event’s panelists will include Althemese Barnes, founder and executive director at the Riley House, the first community-based African American historic museum in Tallahassee; Miaisha Mitchell, executive director of the Greater Frenchtown Revitalization Council and a long-time resident of Smokey Hollow, the historic African American community just east of downtown Tallahassee and west of Myers Park; Annie Harris, owner of the ASH Gallery in Frenchtown, retired Leon County superintendent for teaching and learning and resident of Frenchtown; and Darryl Gilliam Scott, chairperson of the Greater Frenchtown Area Revitalization Council, past president of the Frenchtown Neighborhood Improvement Association, retired librarian from the public and special library system and Frenchtown resident.

“This group of African American women are among the most well-known in our community for their passion for black history and we are thrilled to host them at our school and provide a platform upon which they can share their knowledge, as well as their experiences growing up in Tallahassee,” said Ahmet Temel, Principal.

A tour of the school will take place at 6 p.m. on Feb. 23, with the panel immediately following at 6:30 p.m. The Black History in Tallahassee panel is a free event.

To learn more about TSMS and to RSVP for the event, go to the school website:  www.schoolofmathandscience.org and click on TSMS Parent SignUpGensius.

Hope to see you there!

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