TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Law enforcement, first responders and community members are joining together to remember the past and plan for a better future.
Thursday morning, Tallahassee Community College's Florida Public Safety Institute held the 13th Annual Black History Month Breakfast. It honors those who put their life on the line every day.
Before the breakfast, people took the time to remember people who lost their lives doing what they love.
Tallahassee Police Chief Lawrence Revell says events like these are important when it comes to bringing the community together.
"I think it brings to light history and the fact that we should do a better job including African American history our everyday life," said Chief Revell.
The event honorees were Judge Augustus Aikens, 2nd judicial circuit, and Princess Mosley Peck.