If you have ever been to a parade on the South Plains, more than likely you have seen the Forgotten West Riders. A local riding club that has been around for more than 30 years, they teach horsemanship, life skills and being role models to those who see them.
Nestled in Southeast Memphis, Orange Mound is the second largest community in history, behind Harlem in New York City, to be discovered by African-Americans. Thriving since the 1890's, it's been tested through the Civil Rights Movement and the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King.
Harry T. and Harriette V. Moore are little known civil rights activists from Florida. The Moores lived in Mims, a tiny town along the space-coast, just east of Orlando. On December 25, 1951, someone placed sticks of dynamite underneath the front porch of their modest shotgun home.