WINTER PARK, Fla. – The Equity Council Corp. will honor 401 years of Black history in two days. The Winter Park-based community advocacy group is bringing the 1619 Project, a national campaign that remembers when Africans first set foot on American soil, to the city’s historically Black neighborhood, Hannibal Square.
This community will set the stage for the second annual 1619Fest Orlando, a two-day event packed with free and ticketed activities to celebrate the African American history and legacy born in Jamestown, Virginia.
It will offer activities aimed to engage, entertain and educate. [TRENDING: NBA team stops playing national anthem | Aunt Jemima changes name to this | Zoom filter makes lawyer look like cat] LaWanda Thompson,Read more on clickorlando.com