Xavier Pinellas

Xavier Pinellas

Xavier Pinellas spent his college days fighting for equal rights and working for the rights of his people in his native town, Kissimmee, Florida. Xavier was the founder of a non-profit organization called Project Reach, which started in 1977. It was a low-cost counseling and tutoring service for the black community in Osceola County at the time. There, he tutored over 200 kids, helped 35 […]

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Black History Month speaker – (off site)

Black History Month speaker – (off site)

Discover what life was like for early African Americans living in Osceola County. ► Presentation and guest speaker, Russell Anderson. ► Free, open to the public ► Hart Memorial Library, Downtown Kissimmee ► Presented by Osceola History.

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Step in to the past: Black History (offsite)

Step in to the past: Black History (offsite)

Presented by Osceola History, Join us at Hart Memorial Library on February 9 for a presentation to learn more about what life was like historically for African Americans in Osceola County and Central Florida. 

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Step into the past: Black History (offsite)

Step into the past: Black History (offsite)

A special presentation by Osceola History Join us at West Osceola Library on February 4 for a presentation to learn more about what life was like historically for African Americans in Osceola County and Central Florida. 

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