On Wednesday, Sept. 18th in the Flagler College dining hall, students and faculty will unveil a multimedia Civil Rights archive that has been in the works for three semesters.
By Cassie Colby | firstname.lastname@example.org
When thinking of the Civil Rights movement, images of police dogs and fire hoses mowing people down comes to mind. St. Augustine was once plagued with unimaginable segregation and daily violent outbreaks between whites and blacks.
By Cal Colgan | email@example.com
Flagler College is kicking off its first week of the school year not just with classes, but also with a commitment to preserving the oft-forgotten recent history of St. Augustine.