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Civil Rights in South Carolina
Civil Rights in South Carolina

Lesson

Analyze the movement for civil rights in South Carolina, including the impact of the landmark court cases Elmore v. Rice and Briggs v. Elliot; civil rights leaders Septima Poinsette Clark, Modjeska...

Minnie Kennedy and the Civil Rights Movement
Minnie Kennedy and the Civil Rights Movement

Lesson

This lesson can be a component of a year-long project based lesson on civil rights or one part of a single, shorter PBL focusing only the civil rights era after World War II. This particular extension...

Oveta Glover | Civil Rights in S.C.
Oveta Glover | Civil Rights in S.C.

Video

Civil Rights Youth Media Summit: Oveta Glover Interviewed by Cassie Nelson (Scott's Branch High School) and Tyesha Elder (A.C. Flora High School)
Titus Duren | Civil Rights In S.C.
Titus Duren | Civil Rights In S.C.

Video

Interviewed by Juli Cross, A.C. Flora High School and Kevin Baxter, Scott's Branch High School Titus Duren was on of the first minority students to enter Clemson University following desegregation. He...
Remembering the Real Meaning of  Memorial Day
Remembering the Real Meaning of Memorial Day

Lesson

After learning about the origin and customs of Memorial Day, the students can connect to various online sites showing the important memorials that have been constructed to honor soldiers who were...

Your Words Speak For Themselves
Your Words Speak For Themselves

Lesson

With the exception of America’s indigenous population of Native Americans, the United States of America was populated by immigrants from different parts of the world. Each immigrant group became...

Road Trip - Credits
Road Trip - Credits

Document

Producer: Urica Pope-Floyd Web Developer: Tyora Moody Programmers: Steven Anderson, Richard Baldwin Curriculum Coordinator: Andrea Thorpe Illustrators: Joe Byrnes, Tyora Moody Writers: Urica Pope...
Hines, John Elbridge | South Carolina Public Radio
Hines, John Elbridge | South Carolina Public Radio

Audio

“H” is for Hines, John Elbridge [1910-1997]. Clergyman. Civil Rights advocate. A native of Seneca, Hines graduated from Sewanee and Virginia Theological Seminary. After being ordained an Episcopal...
Arthur J. H. Clement, Jr. (1908-1985) | Road Trip
Arthur J. H. Clement, Jr. (1908-1985) | Road Trip

Photo

A pioneer among African-American business leaders, Arthur J.H. Clement, Jr., is credited with promoting positive race relations, spurring community development and enhancing business incentives in his...