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Gainesville braces for trouble Thursday night.
Students and activists plan to protest the racist speaker.
"Spencer’s advocacy of a 'white ethno-state' has mobilized his alt-right supporters and his many detractors who call him a racist. At past speeches, those camps have sparred, sometimes devolving into street brawls and arrests — most notably in Charlottesville, Va..." goo.gl/dM7HWB
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Gainesville braces for trouble Thursday night. 
Students and activists plan to protest the racist speaker. 
Spencer’s advocacy of a white ethno-state has mobilized his alt-right supporters and his many detractors who call him a racist. At past speeches, those camps have sparred, sometimes devolving into street brawls and arrests — most notably in Charlottesville, Va... https://goo.gl/dM7HWB

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Showing up only serves Spencer’s goals. Gives him the attention he craves. Ignore his grandstanding. Instead, show up at the ballot box, the community forums and projects, the local philanthropic efforts. That is where you can take a stand and make a positive difference.

God bless and keep everyone safe.

What would happen if no one showed up

Floridians, we are better than this. I hope there's thousands of peaceful Floridians standing up for humanity tomorrow. This cannot be accepted as normal. For any, and for all.

Hoping no one gets killed at this event. UF should have had the balls to stand up against this regardless of the potential lawsuits.

Want to protest without going to the event? www.youcaring.com/3localcommunityorganizations-975469

Sad.

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New Floridians often don't realize that Florida was important during the Civil War because its long shoreline enabled blockade running.10/17 Today in Florida History from the Florida Historical Society!

1863 - The Union ships, “Adela” and “Tahoma,” shelled a Confederate fortification at Tampa on this date. A number of casualties were inflicted. On land, Federal troops reached the Hillsborough River at about 6:00 a.m. Sighting the blockade runners “Scottish Chief” and the “Kate Dale,” they set both ships on fire. The “Scottish Chief” had a cargo of 156 bales of cotton, while the “Kate Dale” carried 11 bales. Confederate forces, under the command of Captain James Westcott, attacked the Federals later in the evening and killed five soldiers, wounded ten, and took seven prisoners. Confederate losses were not reported.
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New Floridians often dont realize that Florida was important during the Civil War because its long shoreline enabled blockade running.

When you #SaySomething, you can prevent violence before it happens.
"Say Something Week" is October 16 - 20, 2017. And then, on and on...When you #SaySomething, you can prevent violence before it happens. Visit www.sandyhookpromise.org/bringsaysomething to bring Say Something to your sc...
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