Dr. Alzo Jackson Reddick: Oral History Interview
The first African-American from Orlando elected to the Florida Legislature and the first black male to pass two constitutional amendments, Alzo Reddick grew up at 700 West Jackson Street in downtown Orlando. Dr. Reddick would later lead the historic prese ... Read more
Dr. Alzo Jackson Reddick, Oral History Interview
Alzo Jackson Reddick, born November 15, 1937 in Alturas, Florida which is a little fruit community outside of Bartow. Attended Union Academy in Bartow, Florida and moved to Orlando during the time I was in the first grade. So I've lived in Orlando from th ... Read more
The Reverend Canon Nelson Wardell Pinder
Father Nelson Pinder led the peaceful integration of Orlando's community during the Civil Rights Era. In this 2013 interview, he credits the City of Orlando Police Department for preventing civil strife, community leaders for positive media messages, and ... Read more
Dr. Jerry B. Callahan Exhibit Dedication Ceremony
Mayor Buddy Dyer and Texann Ivy Buck view the Dr. Jerry B. Callahan Exhibit at the Dedication Ceremony on February 20, 2013.Orlando Remembered Board Member Texann Ivy Buck created the display honoring Dr. Callahan's extraordinary contributions to our comm ... Read more
Teena Ezell
WATCH and LISTEN  as  Teena conveys how she serves as a mentor in the community and school providing guidance and counselling to adults, young adults, and children. ... Read more
Prostell Thomas - Interview
Prostell shares his experiences and reflects on his life and his community. Prostell Thomas - Interview  at the Washington Park Branch Library - "Tell Your Story" event. ... Read more
Charles Holliday
Charles Holliday shares his memories about his life and the community. Washington Park "Tell Your Story" event. WATCH the interview on YouTube   ... Read more