Black People are Invisible Presences in US History – Professor Tolliver Authors Proposals to Make The Invisible Visible in Apalachicola FL

A 2007 article in Southern Living offers these picture postcard images, “Morning comes gently to Apalachicola. Oyster boats and shrimp boats begin their daily pilgrimages as the sun rises on the Florida Coast. The lights twinkle on in this fishing village, its residents ready for another day in an unspoiled paradise. If you ever wondered if such a place still exists, yes, old Florida lives here.”

Professor Anna Ortega-Williams Receives Award from Council on Racial, Ethnic, and Cultural Diversity (CRECD)

The Council on Racial, Ethnic, and Cultural Diversity (CRECD) established this award to recognize doctoral students and junior faculty members with outstanding scholarship in the areas of racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity in social work education. An award will be given to a doctoral student and a junior faculty member during the CSWE Annual Program Meeting.

Professor Anna Ortega-Williams is a social work scholar, practitioner, researcher, and organizer who is inspired by the healing alchemy of social action, youth development, and well-being.