Florida’s Black History Month Contest

A few years ago, I wrote a blog about the importance of celebrating Black History Month. It is with the same unyielding support of diversity education that I encourage participation in First Lady DeSantis’ Black History Month essay and art competition.

The theme of this year’s contest is “Celebrating Public Service” – an opportunity to honor an African American whose service has made Florida a better place for all to live – and to win a four-year Florida college scholarship!   

Public servants are so embedded in the daily operations of life on a local, state, and national level that it can be easy to take their roles for granted. Contests like this provide us with the opportunity to celebrate African Americans whose public service ought not go unnoticed.

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