This blog started on Earth Day in 2006, in response to illegal dumping by our City.
We are overcoming Environmental Racism in our City.
Riberia Street is being fixed – ALL of it.
West Augustine is getting water and sewer utilities – finally.
We have two civil rights monuments in our Slave Market Square.
We’re getting a National Civil Rights Museum.
We’re working tirelessly to get a St. Augustine National Historical Park and Seashore.
This blog continues to be a strong advocate to preserve, protect and defend the history, nature and civil rights in St. Augustine, Florida.
Toward that end, this blog has about 1000 measured page views each week, with 272,341 as of today, with many more visits that are unmeasured due to technical limitations. The visits come from every state and every continent -- the whole world is watching our progress.
I am very concerned about a proposed Hollywood TV film crew proposal for amateur digging – looting – of St. Augustine’s archaeology treasures. Please see below.
To share your concerns, please contact me at EASlavin@aol.com
Or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 818-730-9125.
DESIREE MANDELBAUM has stated on the Florida Public Archaeology Network Facebook website: