Equal Education | Road Trip

In these videos learn about the struggle for equality in education.

Clarendon Today | Road Trip

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Leola Parks, the executive assistant to the Superintendent for Clarendon County, and others talk about what should be done to improve the school system for everyone. I'm Building A Bridge , L. A...
Failing Students | Road Trip

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Desiree Platt talks about her experiences with segregation. Native Americans were allowed to attend school only up to eighth grade.
Ferdinand Pearson on School Conditions | Road Trip

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Ferdinand Pearson talks about the school conditions for black children in Clarendon County. Starting at the age of six, he had to walk to a school which was located over four miles away from his home.
Ferdinand Pearson | Road Trip

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Ferdinand Pearson the son of South Carolina civil rights pioneer, Levi Pearson, talks about the court case that his father brought against the Clarendon County School Board. The court case asked for...
Harrison Goodwin | Road Trip

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Minister Harrison Goodwin, a former student at Schofield Middle School, talks about his experience during the civil rights movement.
No High School | Road Trip

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T.L. Scott, the former Chief of Santee Indian Organization, talks about not being allowed to go to high school after the eighth grade.
Robert A Brooks | Road Trip

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Robert A. Brooks talks about how principals and teachers influenced the civil rights movement. He explains how their involvement was greatly limited due to the threat of job loss.