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Standard 5.4.CC

5.4.CC Analyze the continuities and changes of race relations in the United States and South Carolina following the Supreme Court decisions of Briggs v. Elliott and Brown v. Board of Education.

Grade(s): 3, 4, 5

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2020

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An Overview: The Civil Rights Movement | Road Trip
An Overview: The Civil Rights Movement | Road Trip

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The Civil Rights Movement has been part of an ongoing struggle since enslaved Africans were first brought to America. The modern Civil Rights Movement began in the 1940s and many changes had taken...
Congressman James Clyburn | Periscope
Congressman James Clyburn | Periscope

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James Clyburn grew up in Sumter, South Carolina. As a young man, he knew that someday he would be part of the political process in Washington, D.C. Today, he works in D.C. as a South Carolina...
Isaac W. Williams  ( ?-2008) | Road Trip
Isaac W. Williams ( ?-2008) | Road Trip

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Isaac “Ike” Williams was known as “Mr. NAACP.” for his many leadership roles in the organization. Williams was born in Charleston and has ten siblings. He was introduced to the NAACP as a youth. While...
Rev. Jesse L. Jackson | Road Trip
Rev. Jesse L. Jackson | Road Trip

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A native of Greenville, The Rev. Jesse L. Jackson overcame many challenges such as racism, poverty and the stigma of being born to an unwed teenage mother. An honors student and an athlete, his...
Harold R. Boulware, Sr. (1913-1983) | Road Trip
Harold R. Boulware, Sr. (1913-1983) | Road Trip

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The son of educators Robert and Mabel Hughes Boulware, Harold Boulware attended Johnson C. Smith and Howard University Law School. After graduation he returned to South Carolina and established a...