GAINESVILLE, FL. (EEF News) – For the second year in a row, and in partnership with the University of Florida’s Institute for Black Culture and Eastside High School African American Studies Honors students, Dr. Carjie Scott, CEO and Founder of The Education Equalizer Foundation, shared information with scholars interested in learning more about college preparation.
The event was championed by the University of Florida faculty member, Dr. Amanda Concha-Holmes, an anthropologist and researcher interested in highlighting the story of diverse voices and investing in Black youth to help them realize their fullest potential.
The students participated in an EEF college-going activity, practiced African dance, toured the University of Florida, and enjoyed a lecture about African American Studies from Professor Dr. Courtney Moore-Taylor.
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