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The Resegregation of Our Schools

The October Hot Topic will be a departure from our usual event. Our topic is "A Conversation About the Resegregation of the Leon County Schools."  It will be held at the Lincoln  Dr. Blackwell-FlanaganCommunity Center on October 24th. We will start gathering at 5:30 and the program will start at 6:00 p.m.There will not be a dinner and there is no charge. We hope to partner with the NAACP and light refreshments will be provided. One of the goals of the Tallahassee League is to increase the diversity of our members and to include more of the community in our programs. 

Our panel will consist of Dr. Carol Weissert, League member and FSU professor, Dr. Rhonda Blackwell-Flanagan, principal of Hartsfield Elementary School, and Joy Bowen, member of the Leon County School Board.  There will be an opportunity for questions from the audience. Please mark your calendar and plan to participate in this extremely important discussion.   

Date:  Wednesday, October 24

Time:  5:30 p.m.--7:00 p.m.

Location: Lincoln Community Center / 438 W Brevard Street

Menu: Light refreshments will be served


FOR RESERVATIONS please call 309-3005 and leave a message or email LWVTallahassee@gmail.com.

Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the candidates who want to lead our community and to ask the questions that matter to you. If you are unable to attend, however, you can learn more about the candidates and amendments, as well as how to vote, with our online voter guides BeReadyToVote.org and Vote411.org.   Please vote your choice this fall!


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