Search

Toggle Filters

Filter By:

Clear Filters
Grade
Subject
Resource Type
Downloadable Content
358 Search Results
Chief Justice Ernest A. Finney | Road Trip
Chief Justice Ernest A. Finney | Road Trip

Video

Chief Justice Ernest A. Finney gained respect as an exceptional civil rights advocate defending more than 6,000 people arrested for participating in some type of civil protest. He was appointed to the...
Black Social Workers | Road Trip
Black Social Workers | Road Trip

Video

Joseph McDomick, Jr., civil rights activist in Beaufort county, shares his story of helping to organize the Welfare Rights Organization (WRO) in Beaufort. McDomick relates how he and other community...
Penn Center: A Legacy, Part 2 - Social Injustice
Penn Center: A Legacy, Part 2 - Social Injustice

Video

Penn School closed its doors in the late 1940s and redirected its efforts to address social injustice. 1964 was the height of the civil rights movement. Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr. and his group were...
Penn Center History | Road Trip
Penn Center History | Road Trip

Video

Joseph McDomick, Jr., former Penn Center project supervisor for over thirty years, talks about the history of the Penn Center. A history that began with the Port Royal Experiment in 1862 and the...
Integration Generation | Road Trip
Integration Generation | Road Trip

Video

CONNECTIONS, South Carolina ETV's minority affairs show, investigates the effects of the civil rights movement on the children of the integration generation, who are now in their 40's and 50's, and...
Judge Matthew Perry, Jr. | Road Trip
Judge Matthew Perry, Jr. | Road Trip

Video

Beginning in the 1950s, Judge Matthew Perry, Jr became the leading civil rights lawyer in South Carolina. Judge Perry was the first African American federal judge in South Carolina. The Matthew J...
Equality in Restaurants | Road Trip
Equality in Restaurants | Road Trip

Video

Joseph McDomick, Jr., civil rights activist in Beaufort county, relates one experience when he tried to get service at a segregated white restaurant.
Dr. Gloria Blackwell | Road Trip
Dr. Gloria Blackwell | Road Trip

Video

Dr. Gloria (Rackley) Blackwell was active in the NAACP Youth Council at Claflin College. As an activist throughout her life, Dr. Blackwell was most noted for her lawsuit against the Orangeburg...
Atty. Dorothy Sampson | Road Trip
Atty. Dorothy Sampson | Road Trip

Video

Dorothy Sampson became the first African American female attorney in Sumter. Her area of interest was civil rights litigation, voter education and registration. She was a plaintiff in a suit against...
Jim Crow & KKK | Road Trip
Jim Crow & KKK | Road Trip

Video

Many of the Briggs v. Elliott plaintiffs and those associated with them experienced intimidation and violence at the hands of the Klu Klux Klan (KKK), a white supremacy group. Living in the area...
Billie Fleming on Farming | Road Trip
Billie Fleming on Farming | Road Trip

Video

Mr. Billie Fleming explains the hardship that farmers, teachers and anyone associated with the NAACP during the civil rights movement encountered in their communities from white citizens.