Civil Rights Library of St. Augustine

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Title:Civil Rights Library of St. Augustine

The Civil Rights Library of St. Augustine preserves, and makes available to the public, historical material documenting local race relations during the 1960s. In collaboration between Flagler College faculty and students, members of the community, and other archives and organizations, the Civil Rights Library of St. Augustine has collected oral histories, interviews, documents, and photographs.

Subjects:Civil rights--Florida--Saint Augustine | African Americans--Civil rights--Florida--Saint Augustine | African Americans--Florida--Saint Augustine | Civil rights movements--Florida--Saint Augustine | Civil rights demonstrations--Florida--Saint Augustine | Civil rights workers--Florida--Saint Augustine | African American civil rights workers--Florida--Saint Augustine | Student movements--Florida--Saint Augustine | Social justice--Florida--Saint Augustine | Segregation in education--Florida--Saint Augustine | School integration--Florida--Saint Augustine | Segregation--Florida--Saint Augustine | Discrimination in public accommodations--Florida--Saint Augustine | African Americans--Political activity | Flagler College--Students | Saint Augustine (Fla.)--Race relations--History--20th century | United States, Florida, St. Johns County, Saint Augustine, 29.894691, -81.314517 | United States, Florida, Saint Johns County, 29.9032284, -81.4145468
Institution:Proctor Library
Contributors:Florida State Archives | St. Augustine Foot Soldiers Rememberance Project | Saint Johns County School District (Fla.) | Lyndon Baines Johnson Library | Alabama. Department of Archives and History | United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Atlanta Branch | Proctor Library | St. Johns County Sheriff's Office | St. Augustine Historical Society | Samuel Proctor Oral History Program
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