Civil Rights in South Carolina From Peaceful Protests to Groundbreaking Rulings

ISBN-10: 1609496868

ISBN-13: 9781609496869

Edition: 2012

Authors: James Felder

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The civil rights movement in South Carolina has an epic and tumultuous history, beginning with the very first statewide meeting of the NAACP in 1939. With stories of sit-ins, movements and the integration of state universities, this is the first comprehensive history of South Carolina's civil rights struggles. And behind every achievement are the major legal rulings that protected them, interspersed with the familiar names of Thurgood Marshall, Matthew Perry, Ernest A. Finney and Judge Waties Waring. Join former South Carolina NAACP president and activist James L. Felder as he recounts the epic struggle African Americans have faced, from fighting for the right to vote to the desegregation of public spaces and all the efforts in between.
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List price: $19.99
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Publication date: 5/22/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

A Plumber and a Mailman
Black Veterans Return Home
Unequal Teacher Pay
The Law School at South Carolina State College
The Right to Vote
Unequal Education
Desegregating the Bus
NAACP Members Punished
The Sit-ins
The Charleston Movement
The Columbia Movement
The Conway/Myrtle Beach Movement
The Florence/Darlington Movement
The Greenville Movement
The Orangeburg Movement
The Rock Hill Movement
The Spartanburg Movement
The Sumter Movement
Clemson, USC, The Citadel and Winthrop Integrate
Adding Color to the Statehouse
Taking Seats on the Bench
Jim Clyburn Goes to Washington
State Boards and Commissions Diversify
Other Black Elected Officials
They Also Ran
Black Democrats and Black Republicans
The Old Black High Schools
Economic Participation
Black Newspapers, Radio and TV Stations
Nongovernment Organizations
A Note on Sources
About the Author
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