|MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS||MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS||Activists|
Historically black colleges and universities
MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS
- 1980 (circa)
- This video begins with Gov. Bob Martinez and reporters. It quickly moves on to a Cabinet meeting where James Eaton and Michael Rockland from Florida A&M University's Center For Black Culture are honored. Next, Marjory Stoneman Douglas is honored. Ms. Douglas talks about her commitment to Florida's environment, specifically about the cleanup of Lake Okeechobee. Videotaped by Bradley White.
|State Senator Beth Johnson on Amendment 3, 1963||State Senator Beth Johnson on Amendment 3, 1963||Water conservation -- Florida|
Outdoor recreation -- Florida
Women legislators -- Florida
State Senator Beth Johnson on Amendment 3, 1963
- State Senator Beth Johnson urges voters to pass Amendment 3 to the Florida Constitution which designates land for recreation and water conservation purposes. She emphasizes the need for foresight on environmental issues, especially water conservation. Produced by the Florida Development Commission.
|Vice President Walter Mondale||Vice President Walter Mondale||Activists|
Vice President Walter Mondale
- This is video of Walter Mondale campaigning for the presidency at Lake Jackson, north of Tallahassee. It shows Mondale talking to a fisherman and then talking with Marjory Stoneman Douglas about environmental issues. Mondale addresses the pollution problem in Lake Jackson and argues that his legislation helped turn things around. He accuses the present administration of being "the most reckless, insensitive and uncaring group dealing with the environment we've ever had." Marjory Stoneman Douglas talks about environmental problems in Florida. Videotaped by Bradley White.