Harriet Stafford Recognized in Annual Rosa Parks Awards Ceremony in Gainesville

December 3, 2018 – Harriet Stafford, the director of the Santa Fe College chapter of the National Achiever Society, was recognized over the weekend during Gainesville’s Rosa Parks Quiet Courage Committee’s 12th annual awards ceremony. The ceremony recognizes people in the community who are committed to civil rights and work to end racism and discrimination.

Other honorees included Stafford’s husband, Samuel Stafford, a judicial magistrate for the Eighth Judicial Circuit and professor at the UF’s Levin College of Law, Alachua County Supervisor of Elections Kim Barton, civil rights activist Virginia Hayes, and seventh-grader Janiyah Epps, who’s was recognized with the Legacy Bearer Award for an essay she wrote.

Congratulations to Ms. Stafford and all of the honorees.

More information about the Rosa Parks Quiet Courage Committee’s 12th annual awards ceremony can be found in the Gainesville Sun article.