BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. – When you talk about the civil rights movement in Central Florida, you can’t exclude the story of Harry T.
and Harriette Moore. For two decades, the Brevard County couple fought for racial equality, equal pay and voting rights. More than 70 years after untimely deaths, their community continues to preserve their memory.
A Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Cultural Complex in Brevard County was erected in their honor. [TRENDING: Florida women dress as grannies to get vaccinated | NASA sticks landing on Mars | Puppy schemes rise during pandemic] Not too far from the complex visitors can take a tour through a yellow replica house in Mims where the Moores were assassinated.Read more on clickorlando.com