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Leon County has a long history of promoting citizen involvement to guide policy and shape our community. Since 2012, the nationally-recognized Citizen Engagement Series has provided greater opportunities to build trust through meaningful engagement. The Citizen Engagement Series sessions enhance transparency and convey the relevance of County government through immersive hands-on exercises that offer a glimpse into the decision making process that shape the community.

The Leon County Library Lecture Series is another way to engage citizens through a variety of topics, ranging from arts and culture, to science sports and history. Details on the second lecture that is sure to engage and inspire:

Leon County Library Lecture Series Presents
"Thomas DeSalle Tucker and His Radical Approach to Black Higher Education"
May 8, 2017
7 p.m.
Dr. B.L. Perry Jr. Branch Library
2817 S Adams St.

Dr. Reginald K. Ellis received a Bachelor of Science degree in African American Studies and a Master of Applied Social Sciences degree in History, both from FAMU. He also earned the Doctor of Philosophy degree in History from the University of Memphis. Dr. Ellis specializes in the history of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and African American leaders during the Jim Crow era. His major area of concentration is African American history with specialization in United States History Since 1877, Contemporary African History, and Oral History.