Earl Wells was a Miami-Dade Schools counselor, assistant principal, principal and one of the first black area superintendents in a career that stretched from the 1950s to his first retirement in the late 1970s. He then opened Afro-In Books and Things in Liberty City with his wife and ran that for an additional 15 years.
Earl Wells was a Miami-Dade Schools counselor, assistant principal, principal and one of the first black area superintendents in a career that stretched from the 1950s to his first retirement in the late 1970s. He then opened Afro-In Books and Things in Liberty City with his wife and ran that for an additional 15 years. Courtesy Clarence Jones Jr.
Earl Wells was a Miami-Dade Schools counselor, assistant principal, principal and one of the first black area superintendents in a career that stretched from the 1950s to his first retirement in the late 1970s. He then opened Afro-In Books and Things in Liberty City with his wife and ran that for an additional 15 years. Courtesy Clarence Jones Jr.

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January 03, 2017 5:24 PM

Earl Wells, founder of Miami’s first black bookstore, dies at 91

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