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Segregation in Gainesville: a look back with long-time resident Vivian Filer

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Seventy-three-year-old retired nursing professor and current chair for the Cotton Club Museum & Cultural Center Restoration Project, Vivian Filer has been a Gainesville Resident for 66 years of her life. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT FM’s Chris Gilmore had the chance to speak with her in light of black history month clelebrations and the rising racial tension at Gainesville High School this past week.

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