Letters to the Editor

June 21, 2014 7:00 PM

Civil rights strife led to Florida Memorial’s move to Miami

This letter is in response to Dina Weinstein’s June 7 Issues & Ideas article, St. Augustine protests spurred landmark civil rights vote in 1964. While Weinstein correctly detailed much of the story, the impact on Florida Memorial College was not fully told.

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