C. Coastal Videos

In these videos learn about civil rights leaders from the following coastal counties: Beaufort, Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Dillon, Dorchester, Florence, Georgetown, Hampton, Horry, Jasper, Marion, Marlboro, and Williamsburg.

Please note many of the web videos include transcripts.

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Alice Faye Broad Hincka | Road Trip
Alice Faye Broad Hincka | Road Trip

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Alice Faye Broad Hincka attended the Varner Indian School and Moncks Corner Junior High School. Alice shares her memories of growing up in the Varner community.
Atlantic Beach | Road Trip
Atlantic Beach | Road Trip

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Atlantic Beach, nicknamed "The Black Pearl," was established about 1934 as an oceanfront community for blacks denied access by other area beaches by segregation. Many became year-round residents, but...
Avery Institute | Road Trip
Avery Institute | Road Trip

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Curtis J. Franks addresses the role the Avery Institute played in instilling leadership skills in African Americans and the transition from a private to public school. CREDIT: Project Discovery...
Beaufort Organizations | Road Trip
Beaufort Organizations | Road Trip

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Joseph McDomick, Jr., civil rights activist in Beaufort county, talks about the influence of civil rights organizations like SNCC, CORE, the NAACP, the Freedom Riders and the Black Panther Party.
Black Social Workers | Road Trip
Black Social Workers | Road Trip

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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...
Charles Rodgers | Road Trip
Charles Rodgers | Road Trip

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Disabled veteran, Charles Edward Rodgers, attended Varner Indian School, Berkeley Elementary, and Berkeley High School. He is proud of his Native American Heritage as a Varner Town Indian and speaks...
Equality in Restaurants | Road Trip
Equality in Restaurants | Road Trip

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

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Henry J. Clark attended the Pineview Indian School in the late 1930s and the Varner Indian School in the early 1940s.
Integration Generation | Road Trip
Integration Generation | Road Trip

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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...
Jenkins Orphanage Band | Road Trip
Jenkins Orphanage Band | Road Trip

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Lonnie Hamilton and Joey Morant recall their experiences in the Jenkins Orphanage Band. Today, the Jenkins Orphanage Band no longer has a band to support foster kids at the orphanage, but the...