DR. TAMEKA BRADLEY-HOBBS: The author, educator and authority on African American history, public history and antiracism education enthralled a rapt audience Saturday at the Lantana Road Branch of the Palm Beach County Public Library in discussing her book, “Democracy Abroad, Lynching at Home: Racial Violence in Florida,” which won the 2015 Florida Book Award for Florida Nonfiction, and the 2016 Harry T. and Harriette V. Moore Award from the Florida Historical Society. In 2020 Hobbs founded the Social Justice Institute at Florida Memorial University, and also serves as board chair for the South Florida People of Color, a nonprofit based in Miami Shores, dedicated to eradicating racism through education and advocacy. The author signed book copies provided by Pyramid Books of Boynton Beach, which is celebrating its 29th year in business.