The Meek-Eaton Black Archives at Florida A&M University is recognized as an important regional, national and international research center for studies pertaining to African-American culture and history. The center’s holdings consist of more than 500,000 individual archival records and more than 5,000 individual museum artifacts. The center is one of 10 black archives in the United States and is one of the largest repositories relating to African-American history and culture in the Southeast.
Archives Director Nashid Madyun will talk with Brien about the history of this celebrated collection and its impact on the advancement of black history awareness in America and recognition of the contributions of African-Americans.
Commissioner Jeremy Matlow continues to challenge the status quo at City Hall by proposing a pay increase for commissioners so as to be commensurate with their Leon County counterparts.
Jeremy will talk with Brien about his efforts to combat waste and inefficiencies and increase transparency with the manner in which the City conducts business.
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