VideoThe Road Trip Mid-State crew visits the Modjeska Simkins house to understand more about South Carolina's struggle for Civil Rights.
The Mid-State Trip
Road Trip! Through South Carolina Civil Rights History brings a fresh approach to teaching history to technologically aware children. Travel with us to learn about civil rights history in the Mid-state area of South Carolina in this first segment of a three part series.
This first segment will feature Orangeburg, Clarendon, Richland and 13 other Mid-state counties. Learn about grassroots leaders like Rev. Joseph A. DeLaine, Levi Pearson, Modjeska Simkins and others. Learn how South Carolina influenced the 1954 Supreme Court decision of Brown v. Board of Education, Topeka Kansas.
VideoThe Road Trip Mid-State crew speaks with Congressman James E. Clyburn.
VideoA member of the Road Trip Mid-State crew speaks with her uncle and grandfather to learn about the unique struggles during the Civil Rights movement in South Carolina, including the experiences of...
VideoThe Road Trip Mid-State team visits Liberty Hill and learns about its significance during the Civil Rights movement.
VideoThe Road Trip team speaks with Cecil Williams about his time in the Civil Rights movement and as a photographer.
DocumentMeet the cast members from The Mid-State Trip below. Teacher Ursula Oriana Robinson is a lover of the arts and believes that drama has the ability to heal. She has founded an entertainment group...