An OpEd describing the legal and personal struggle to desegregate the University of Florida College of Law on the 50th Anniversary of the matriculation of the first African American Student, George Starke. The essay describes how Virgil Hawkins was the last lead plaintiff in the litigation that produced Mr. Starke's matriculation and led to the graduation of W. George Allen.
- Civil Rights,
- University of Florida,
- Virgil Hawkins
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/pedro_malavet/12/