This story analyzes the history behind Florida migrant workers in the agricultural industry and highlights the importance of programs such as the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW).
The Lee County Black History society is home to many natives of Fort Myers, Florida. One of them being Harriett Myers, who attended Dunbar High School when it was still a segregated school. She shares her experience of attending this school as well as her thoughts on the negative impact of integration.
The PACE Center for the girls in Immokalee, Florida provides a safe space for young girls who come from troubled homes. The school is an all girls school and provides them with classes needed to graduate middle school through high school while also counseling them to lead them on a better path.
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