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 Interdenominational...

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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...

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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...

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