The untold stories that shaped South Florida...
William Faulkner’s famous saying: “The past is not dead, it’s not even past.” is the motto of Crime History Inc. This film is a fully sourced and historically accurate portrayal of three instances of criminal injustice and racism in law enforcement as was carried out in 1933, 1934 and 1935 by Broward County and Dade County officials.
"The Poison Garden" will be have it's second public screening on 10/11/22 at the Savor Cinema in downtown Fort Lauderdale.
A discussion will follow the film.
THIS PROGRAM IS FREE TO FLIFF MEMBERS ($10 General Admission)
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Rubin stacey justice Initiative
The Rubin Stacey Justice Initiative is focused on bringing awareness to the on-going issues of racism in law enforcement and will initiate and provide support to legal and political efforts to overturn Florida's Stop WOKE ACT which will ban discussion of acts of racial violence from the state's public schools and business because it makes people "uncomfortable"
The Stop WOKE law will cause a loss to the public knowledge of our true history among South Florida's students and those who want to protect our 1st Amendment rights of free speech and equal protection.
When the sawgrass blooms in South Florida so does racism, gambling, prostitution, and public corruption.
Here at Crime History Inc., our mission is to tell the untold stories that have shaped South Florida. From celebrity homes, historical destinations, gangsters, to mysteries, we tell you the truly twisted history of South Florida. From shady business deals, to gun-slinging mob bosses, corrupt politicians and rogue drug dealers, South Florida has had its share of dubious deadbeats.
Our purpose is to be an educational resource on South Florida’s law enforcement, crime, forensic history, and support education related exhibits and programming. At Crime History Inc., you will learn about South Florida’s history starting from the murder of Native American tribes by Spanish Conquistadors up to the gun violence of present day. Crime History Inc. is a a 501(c)3, non profit.