*Florida A & M University - www.famu.edu Florida A&M University (FAMU) was founded on October 3, 1887, as the State Normal College for Colored Students. Today, FAMU offers a total of 100 degree programs and graduates more Black students than any other American university.
*Earley's Kitchen - 1458 S. Monroe Street, Tallahassee, FL 32301 (850) 224-7090 www.earleyskitchen.com - Great soul food with a wide selection of dishes, and the service was as good as the food! https://www.Earleyskitchen.com
*Nefetari's- Fine Cousine and Spirits, 812 Macomb Street, Tallahassee, FL 32301 (850) 210-0548. A royal experience of fine dining, exquisite decor and excellent service. I was never so excited about left overs in my life! Unfortunately, they are not open for regular business. They still host special occasion events, catering and rental so get on their list for great experiences! Their site is also host to Zing Bakery! https://www.nefetaris.com/
Ben Crump - At the core of every case Ben Crump takes is the belief that you deserve justice, and this is most evident in his civil rights practice. Mr. Crump dedicates a large part of his practice to taking pro bono and other civil rights cases that put your rights at center stage. If your rights have come under fire, Mr. Crump and his team are ready to fire back. (800) 591-1499
Parks Law - Daryl D. Parks is an accomplished lawyer and businessman who received an undergraduate degree from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU), and a law degree from Florida State University (FSU). His motto, “Advocate for the Least of These,” is embodied in his zealous advocacy and activism in civil rights. Attorney Parks is the managing partner at Parks Law, L.L.C., a law firm with a national reputation. 877-529-9529
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