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1:00pm to 2:00pm
10:00am to 11:00am
Connie Mack III will discuss his recently published book Citizen Mack: Politics, an Honorable Calling. Mack, a former U.S. senator, a crusader against cancer and a dedicated father, has had many fantastic titles throughout his life and career, but his title of choice remains: citizen. Carl Van Ness, University Historian, will conduct the interview with the senator.
On April 15, 1971, the Black Student Union (BSU) organized a sit-in at Tigert Hall. Seventy students marched into President Stephen O’Connell’s office with a list of demands. They wanted the University to address the shortage of Black faculty and students at UF. The demonstration led to the arrest and suspension of 66 Black students.
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