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, we have collected oral histories, interviews, documents, and photographs. We continue to collect and interpret these materials and welcome your inquiries and contributions. Please contact Dr. Kelly Enright at kenright@flagler.edu for more information.

Flagler College Students

The following Flagler College students have contributed to the development of the Civil Rights Library of St. Augustine from August 2012 to the present:


Henna Ahmad Lauren DeFalco Carly Mills
Andrew Avery Jameka Delaine Lyndsey Nauman
Ashley Axson Matthew English Kristin Reeder
Karen Baldwin Liz Eustace Brittany Riley
Alex Banks Kristie Feltner Andres Robles
Leah Belcher Spencer Finnell Ben Rome
Asiah Bennett Cara Fontaine Josh Santos
Sara Bristol Katie Frazier Deb Shaw
Patrick Burke Emily Gleeson Matt Snell
Kerry Calkins Jayme Gonzalez Justin Sooter
Jonathan Champlain Holland Hayford Williesha Spencer
Shahid Christopher Micajah Henley Lisa St. Pierre
Cassie Colby Andrew Kustodowicz Emma Voss
Blake-Alexandria Collins Jourdan Maney Sarah Williamson
Aryelle Cook Alicia Maskley Lameen Witter
Kaci Cyr Lauren Matthews

Contributing Organizations

We would like to thank the following organizations for donating materials to us for digitization in the Civil Rights Library of St. Augustine:


Andrew Young Foundation

Florida Star St. Augustine Record
Daytona Beach News Journal St. Johns County Sheriff's Office St. Paul AME Church
Family of Mary Peabody St. Augustine Historical Society University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries