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Standard 8.5.CX

8.5.CX Analyze the correlation between the Modern Civil Rights Movement in South Carolina and the U.S.

Grade(s): 6, 7, 8

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2020

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Harry Briggs (1913-1986)  | Road Trip
Harry Briggs (1913-1986) | Road Trip

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Harry Briggs was a World War II veteran. Briggs, a gas station attendant, and his wife, Eliza allowed Rev. DeLaine to use their home for people to sign the petition that became Briggs v Elliott...
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...
York County - McCrory's Civil Rights Sit-ins
York County - McCrory's Civil Rights Sit-ins

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This building, built in 1901, was occupied by McCrory's Five & Dime from 1937 to 1997. On February 12, 1960, black students from Friendship Jr. College in Rock Hill were denied service at the McCrory...
Lee County - Dennis High School
Lee County - Dennis High School

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Constructed in 1936, Dennis was the first high school for African Americans in Lee County, including Bishopville and nearby rural areas. In contrast with the much larger Bishopville High School, which...
Orangeburg Massacre, Part 1 | Project Discovery
Orangeburg Massacre, Part 1 | Project Discovery

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Part 1 of Project Discovery's look at the Orangeburg Massacre on its 40th anniversary. In 1968, civil rights demonstrations, to desegregate a bowling alley near S.C. State University, resulted in the...
Orangeburg Massacre: Part 5 | The Big Picture
Orangeburg Massacre: Part 5 | The Big Picture

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Part 5 of the Commemoration of the Orangeburg Massacre on its 40th anniversary: Interview with the author of the book, The Orangeburg Massacre, Dr. Jack Bass. Bass was a journalist during the era and...