By: Emily Johnson
March 6, 2014
Tallahassee, FL -FAMU Students were able to listen to a Civil Rights activists tonight. Bobby Seale, one of the original men from the Black Panther Party in the 1960's spoke to Florida A&M student at Lee Hall.
Seale said his main objective tonight was to connect to the younger generation. He also said he wanted to inspire them while they're also adapting in the fast-paced globalization of today.
"We want people's empowerment via legislation and policies, programs and frameworks, that's how you evolve that so I'm here to speak on that," said Seale
The Marcus Garvey Club hosted the event tonight where hundreds on FAMU students turned out to listen to Seale speak.
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