Today, Darrick D. McGhee, was blessed to be the keynote speaker for the Florida Civil Rights Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Inductees were Reubin O’Donovan Askew; Edward Daniel Davis, Sr.; and Sallye Brooks Mathis. The Florida Civil Rights Hall of Fame, created in section 760.065, Florida Statutes, is designed to recognize and honor those persons, living or dead, who have made significant contributions to this state as leaders in the struggle for equality and justice for all persons. Selected members have a designated place in the Florida Civil Rights Hall of Fame housed on the Plaza Level of the State Capitol.
You can see t.he footage here.
Introduction begins at 8:23