Students learn about Florida's multicultural history

01/30/2013 | WFSU-FM (Tallahassee, Fla.)

Students in Leon County, Fla., recently explored the multicultural history of their community as part of the Blending Lives program. In its 13th year, the program's theme for this year is "Viva Florida" and curriculum includes the Black Seminoles and the Gulla/Geechee culture along with Spanish and French influences. On Tuesday, a group of fourth-grade students visited the John G. Riley House Museum, named after a Florida educator who was one of the first African-Americans to own property in Tallahassee, Fla.

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