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or - The African American Heritage Society was founded in 1990 to preserve, perpetuate and promote African American heritage and culture in Northwest Florida. The organization presents an array of diverse historical, cultural and educational programs. On this edition of Aware, Celeste Evans fills in for host Dee Dee Sharp, and her panel of guests pays tribute to the Society's 21 years of service to the community. Featured are readings from "When Black Folks Was Colored", a five-volume series of books published by the African American Heritage Society. Guests include Society board members Dr. Lornetta Epps and Dr. Doug Friedrich, and writer Ora Wills, who served as the editor and creative force behind "When Black Folks Was Colored". Guest/readers include Mamie Hixon, Charlie Davis, Jacqueline Roberts, Rosalind Fisher and Jack Beverly.