St. Augustine civil rights sites: Martin Luther King and the ‘Splash Heard Around the World’

St. Augustine Foot Soldiers Monument

  There’s no escaping history in St. Augustine, Florida. Founded in 1565, it proudly calls itself the oldest continually occupied European city in North America. For more than a century, it has banked on that past, drawing tourists to its archaeological sites, ancient forts and museums. But one bit of history is often overlooked. In […]