Although the City of St Augustine has played a vital role in our nation’s black history, some members of the “Students in Free Enterprise” organization at Flagler College told Historic City News that they find its story is one that is all too often forgotten.
The student organization is working alongside the local community to raise awareness and promote St Augustine’s black heritage through a new web-based business devoted exclusively to filling this need.
Flagler SIFE invites Historic City News readers who believe this project could bring economic opportunity to their organization to attend a meeting called for February 20th at 2:00 p.m. in the Gamache-Koger Theater on Flagler College’s campus at 50 Sevilla Street in St Augustine.
If you are interested in learning more about ongoing plans for “The Black Heritage Xperience” in the St Augustine community, you should RSVP to attend this meeting by calling 904-540-0927.
To make Saint Augustine a black history tourist destination by bringing together businesses, historic sites, educational institutions, and black cultural organizations that promote the black history of our region.
Our Purpose is to make Saint Augustine a black history tourist destination by bringing together businesses, historic sites, and black cultural organizations that promote the black history of our region.