Author, folklorist and human activist Stetson Kennedy who passed away last weekend at the age of 94, is remembered for infiltrating the Ku Klux Klan in the 1940’s by exposing secrets of the KKK to authorities and the rest of the world. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Stephanie Bechara reports on Kennedy’s involvement with Gainesville’s Civic Media Center and how the community is benefiting from that relationship.
Civic Media Center receives Stetson Kennedy’s book collection
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Concealed weapons are prohibited on college campuses by state law. The Florida House Criminal Justice Committee meets Tuesday to consider allowing concealed-carry permit holders to carry concealed guns on campus.
Members of the University of Florida women’s track team helped serve food at St. Francis’ homeless shelter.
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Funding from the City of Gainesville will allow a pavilion at the Grace Marketplace facility to remain open for one more month.
Clouds of orange and blue cornstarch rained down on more than 1,000 University of Florida students and some members of the Gainesville community as they ran through Fraternity Row, leaving Flavet Field behind them. The runners participated in the second annual […]