Jail, No Bail, Part 1 - Introduction

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In the 1950s and 1960s, Rock Hill, South Carolina, was a thriving mill town, also known as “The Gateway to the Carolinas.”  Like most of the segregated South, there were two separate worlds: one black, and one white.   For African-Americans living in Rock Hill, the town was viewed as a war-zone.  

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