Part Three of Jim Crooks’ history of Jacksonville race relations
By James B. Crooks Editor’s note: Dr. Jim Crooks, Jacksonville historian and retired University of North Florida Professor, has written a brief history of Jacksonville’s race relations presented here in three parts. We believe these articles offer...
Historian Jim Crooks recounts Jacksonville's history of race relations
Black girls treated harshly new report shows
Robert Arleigh White remembers Shakespeare at Metropolitan Park
CURRY ANNOUNCES MEETING WITH BUSINESS LEADERS ON URBAN CORE FUTURE
DIA schedules public workshop to share its downtown development plans
Riverfront Parks Now opposes breaking up Metro Park
In a 7-12 vote Tuesday night, Jacksonville City Council failed to reach the 13 vote supermajority required to pass the Lot J deal. Arguably the largest taxpayer subsidized private development in Jacksonville’s history, the vote came after...
The City Council Committee of the Whole, which has been studying the Lot J deal, will meet tomorrow, Thursday, January 7, beginning at 10 a.m. with no ending time. The Committee is expected to discuss a recommendation to move the Lot J bill...