Equality and Justice

The civil rights movement started from the grassroots efforts of everyday people. Through petitions, court cases and often times job loss, determined individuals were able to fight for equality all the way to the Supreme Court.

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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.
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...
Minority Business | Road Trip
Minority Business | Road Trip

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In 1974, Henry J. Clark received his Residential Building and Remodeling State License for South Carolina, one of the first for Native Americans in this state. He built and sold many houses and...
Penn Center History | Road Trip
Penn Center History | Road Trip

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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...