Wednesday, May 04, 2011

National Civil Rights Museum Needed Here in St. Augustine, Florida

Fourth graders in large numbers visit St. Augustine. See below. We need a National Civil Rights Museum to tell the story of the end of Jim Crow segregation (1964), beginning with the story of slavery, which began in what is now the United States right here in St. Augustine on the day the City was founded, on September 8, 1565).

Mississippi mandates K-12 Civil Rights education. So should Florida. Write your legislators:

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