June of 1964 Civil Rights Movement Lecture

St. Augustine
June 13, 2017
102 Martin Luther King Ave.
St. Augustine, FL 32084

What You Need To Know

Hosted by Women's March Florida - St. Augustine Chapter, this free lecture at the Lincolnville Museum & Cultural Center beginning at 6:30 p.m. looks back to June 1964 and the Civil Rights Movement in St. Augustine. To know where we are, we must know our city's past and the impact of the movement due to the passing of the Civil Right Act of 1964, ending Jim Crow Segregation. Without St. Augustine, the act wouldn't have been passed in the escalated timeframe, and it was through the determination of a small group in St. Augustine that drove the passing. Dr. Dorothy Israel will speak about the importance of the Civil Rights Movement in St. Augustine. Bernadette Reeves from Black Heritage Tours will also speak and perform a play regarding The St. Augustine Four. Following the lecture, there will be a tour of the Lincolnville Museum & Cultural Center. 


Full List of Dates

TuesdayJune 13, 2017
  • Facility Amenities
    • Family-Friendly