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Santa Fe College

The Independent Florida Alligator, December 3, 2019: Survey Gives Santa Fe College High Marks for Racial Diversity

Gainesville Sun, December 2, 2019: SF College survey: Campus committed to diversity, but room for improvement

Gainesville Sun, April 24, 2019: Friendship 7 Group Talk Equity Progress

The Independent Florida Alligator, February 17, 2019: Santa Fe College is Surveying Students about Campus Diversity

Gainesville Sun, August 13, 2018: Sasser challenges Santa Fe faculty to question biases

WUFT, March 28, 2018: Santa Fe College Plans Three-Story Building On NW 6th And University

Wild Iris Books

The Independent Florida Alligator, March 19, 2019: Feminism and what it means in today’s society

The Fine Print, March 5, 2018: A New Chapter

Splinter, March 22, 2018: The Slow Death of a Southern Mecca

Gainesville Sun, December 7, 2017: Wild Iris Books Closing December 23

Gainesville Scene, May 29, 2017: Wild Iris Books: Your Feminist & LGBTQ+ Literary Fix

Gainesville Loudspeaker, November 6, 2016: 5 Reasons to Visit Wild Iris Bookstore

The Independent Florida Alligator, March 9, 2016: TranQuility, Free Store Among Alachua County’s Transgender Resources

WUFT, July 12, 2015: Bookstore Co-Owner Creates Inclusive Space Downtown

Publisher’s Weekly, September 30, 2016: Niche Bookstores Find Their Way

WUFT, March 19, 2015: Transgender ‘Bathroom Bill’ Could Invalidate Alachua County Human Rights Ordinance

American Booksellers Association, March 26, 2015: Despite Small Footprint, Wild Iris Delivers Big on Mission

Paste, April 29, 2014: The Last 13 Feminist Bookstores in the U.S. and Canada

YouTube, April 15, 2014: Feminist Open Mic Night at Wild Iris Books

Gainesville Sun, August 13, 2014: Wild Iris Books Seeks Non-Profit Status

Gainesville Sun, August 6, 2014: Fla.’s only feminist bookstore hopes not-for-profit status will ease finances, further mission

Feminism and Religion, August 22, 2014: Feminist Bookstores and the Disappearance of Sacred Space by Marie Cartier

The Independent Florida Alligator, November 1, 2012: Wild Iris Books prepares to move locations with sale

The Independent Florida Alligator, October 18, 2012: Wild Iris Books faces possible closure after 20 years of business

The Independent Florida Alligator, January 13, 2011: Getting intimate with University Avenue favorite

The Gainesville Sun, July 6, 2010: Wild Iris Books’ owners see room for growth

Gainesville Sun, January 29, 2009: Friday’s Art Walk downtown offers new exhibitions, live music and refreshments

Gainesville Sun, July 29, 2008: Non-profit seeking artists

Bookselling This Week, November 11, 20014: After Gaston, Charley, and Frances

Protect Gainesville’s Citizens, Inc.

Generation Progress, June 11, 2010: How a Florida City Faces Decades of Toxic Pollution

Antioligarch, March 23, 2010: A Haunting Past: How Gainesville is facing decades of toxic pollution

Gainesville Sun, December 6, 2009: Non-profit formed to argue cleanup

Gainesville Sun, December 5, 2009: Residents form nonprofit to join in campaign to clean up Koppers site