Tallahassee Community College is kicking off Black History Month a little early.
The school is unveiling its annual African-American history calendar Monday night. This is the seventh year TCC has rolled out its African-American history calendar.
This year's calendar is dedicated to the late Dr. Jessie Fulow, a dedicated medical provider in Gadsden County and member of the FSU Board of Trustees.
Other honorees include attorneys Benjamin Crump and Daryl Parks, radio host Joe Bullard, pharmacists Kathleen Kitty Baker and Wilmoth Henry Baker, Dexter Martin and Carmen Cummings Martin for their work with the Sickle Cell Foundation, vocal artist Pam Laws and long-time journalist Roosevelt Wilson.
Organizers say the calendar is a chance to say thank you to trailblazers in our community. The official unveiling is Monday night at seven o'clock in the TCC student union ballroom.
FAMU's gospel choir is providing entertainment. The event is free and open to the public.
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