The Gainesville IguanaThe Gainesville Iguana is a semi-monthly progressive newsletter and calendar of events which first began publishing in October 1986. Through its calendar, directory of organizations, and content, it fosters the growth of movement consciousness and community organizing on issues from local to international.
- WGOT: Community radio in the COVID age
- Community ed classes on political trials
- History and the people who make it: Chinua Achebe, James Baldwin, Francis Bebey
- Karen Smith: Rest in Power
- Launching the Alachua County African and African American Historical Society, Inc.
- The Chicago 7 vs. Aaron Sorkin: Not a Netflix movie
- Rise from the ashes of 2020 with Florida Coalition for Peace & Justice
- GRACE Marketplace integrates Animal Welfare Program, co-sheltering into regular shelter operations, programs
- Food Not Bombs Gainesville re-organizes in solidarity with community
- Defend the Sacred Prayer Walk
- Updates from the Civic Media Center
- Update on Seminary Lane: Judge’s final order/ruling
- From the publisher: Fear mongering