The Integrator

The Integrator

When Elaine’s father filed a lawsuit to allow her to attend an all-white school, the Whittenberg family shocked the community and changed everything about their way of life.  Mr. Whittenberg lost his business, and, at times, thought he’d lose his daughter due to...
The Cellmate

The Cellmate

Being a Tuskegee University student during the Montgomery Bus Boycott – less than an hour away from campus – Grady Butler first felt the urge to participate in social justice initiatives. After graduating, he began seminary at Morehouse College...
The Carolinian

The Carolinian

Ninety-seven year old Mr. Wilfred J Walker, Sr. had been a Greenville, SC, resident since 1935 after graduating of Hampton Institute (University) in Virginia. He is credited with being the first African-American sports radio announcer in the state. He was the radio...
The Protestor

The Protestor

Dr. Margaree Seawright Crosby became the first African-American woman to receive a full professorship in Clemson University’s College of Education after earning her PhD. She is now a professor emerita there. But, in 1960, she and seven other high school and college...